I’ve just released a fix in version 0.4.8 for that. It should show up in your dashboard soon.
Update: I left some debug code in that will cause problems for some people. I’ve released an update that has all of that removed.]]>
The only problem was that it made the plugin a little too secure and blocked all users from using their new installs. This wasn’t a problem related to a specific version of WordPress, only fresh installs of Gigs Calendar 0.4.5. This new version should fix the problem for you and let you gig away happily.]]>
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Both Gigs Calendar and Discography have been updated for the latest version of WordPress. Before 2.7, the best place for the administration pages for my plugins was under “Manage”. In 2.7, that particular section is gone, so I’ve moved them up into their own section and should appear below “Comments” in the side menu. At some point, I may support the drop down menus that the built in menu items have.
The Gigs Calendar update also contains several important bug fixes that had not been in a previous release.
Good luck upgrading!]]>
As always, the new version is up for download on the WordPress.org plugin page.]]>
Also, I fixed the issue that put a slash before apostrophes in the page titles.]]>