Schedule Posts Calendar 5.0 has been released, this release updates the dxhtmlcalendar code to the latest version and adds a new theme that mimics the WordPress admin colors.
If you have upgraded to Windows 8.1, or installed the IE11 preview on Windows 7 you’ll find the WordPress Schedule Posts Calendar is pretty broken in compatibility mode, which you pretty much need to enable at the moment for WordPress 3.6.
WordPress 3.7 fixes all the issues I’ve found so far, so my suggestion is to upgrade to 3.7. If for some reason you cannot do that, I’d suggest using Opera or FireFox until you can for your scheduling requirements.
Schedule Posts Calendar 3.2 has been released, this is a minor update to add functionality so that if you use the quick schedule feature the date in the posts lists is updated.
This release has also been tested with WordPress 3.4.1.
Just in case anyone is wondering, both “Schedule Posts Calendar” and “Posts By Type Access” work without issue with the new release of WordPress.
WordPress has some amazing features and a pretty robust plug-in system that allows coders to extend it way beyond the base functionality. However the plug-in system is often poorly documented and is by no means complete.
A small bug crept in during the addition of the pop-up calendar code, basically if you used the in line calendar it would set the calendar date to one month in the future of whatever date the post was scheduled to be published.
The bug didn’t affect setting the date though so more of an annoyance than anything. V2.1 fixes this.
I’ve released version 2.0 of Schedule Posts Calendar, significant updates include a configuration page under settings and support for a pop-up calendar as well as the default in line.
See the change log for more details.