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Private (password protected) events details not visible in mobile view

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    This site referenced uses a combination of The Events Calendar, The Events Calendar Pro, Event Tickets, Event Tickets Plus and WooCommerce. Calendar month (grid) view on large screens is fine. In mobile mode, events are displayed below the calendar grid by clicking the disc icon. This works as expected unless an event is Private (password protected). If there is only a single Private event on a given date, clicking the disc icon does nothing (the associated description, link and image are not displayed below the calendar). If there are 2 or more events listed on a single date, events happening earlier than a Private event display properly. Public events happening after the Private event (at a later time, on the same date) are not displayed.

    Using the link above events on Feb 7 and 23, Mar 4 and Apr 15 show this behavior.

    I have done the following to troubleshoot this issue:
    Switched to the Twenty Seventeen theme
    Disabled all plugins except the 5 mentioned above

    The problem persisted with Twenty Seventeen activated and plugins disabled.

    When I use the Web Developer JavaScript console in Opera and click dates with public events, I don’t see any JS errors. When I click dates that contain private events the following error is returned:
    tribe_tmpl_month_mobile:23 Uncaught TemplateError: TypeError: Cannot read property ‘length’ of null (on tribe_tmpl_month_mobile line 10),

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    Hi Elaine!

    Thanks for taking the time to report this issue.

    I could replicate the same issue on my end and can confirm this is indeed a bug on our end.

    I have created a bug report for this so it can be taken into account for one of our next maintenance releases of our plugins.

    I will set this thread’s status to “Pending fix” and link it to the report. We will notify you once a bugfix is released.

    We apologise for the inconvenience and we appreciate your patience.

    Best,
    Victor

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    Hi Elaine!

    We just reviewed this bug report and we think the issue is no longer present in our latest versions of our plugins.

    Could you please update your plugins to the latest versions available and see if this solves the issue?

    Remember you can always get the latests versions of our plugins from your downloads page > https://theeventscalendar.com/my-account/downloads/

    Please let us know about it.

    Thanks,
    Victor

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    Hello Victor,
    I processed updates as instructed and I see no change whatsoever. All of the issues that were originally reported, including the JavaScript error are still present.
    Please advise, thank you.

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    Hi Elaine!

    Thanks for following up with this.

    It seems strange as I could replicate the same before, but we are not able to do so with our latest versions.

    Could you please try editing one of those password protected events and click Update? Does it change anything?

    How about if you create a new password protected event? Does it show the same issue?

    If it does, please share with us a screenshot (in a private reply if you’d like) of the edit event page for one of those password protected events. Make sure the Publish metabox is visible. Also, please share a link with us to one of those newly created events.

    We’ll try to match the exact same event data and see if we can reproduce again on our end.

    Thanks,
    Victor

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