Dashboard: Scheduled Posts

WordPress 2.5 introduces a widgetized dashboard and some people had been wanting to see a list of their scheduled posts on the dashboard, so I wrote this widget.


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  9. Hi Viper — no joy with finding an answer to this myself, so thought I would ask the question here. 🙂

    I’ve set myself up with 2.7 testboard to check everything out before the coming release. The Scheduled Posts (and Draft Posts) widget is showing a warning, which wasn’t there in 2.6.5.

    Warning: extract() [function.extract]: First argument should be an array in /home/XXXXXXXX/public_html/test-blog/wp-content/plugins/dashboard-scheduled-posts/dashboard-scheduled-posts.php on line 50

    The list of posts displays under that warning.

    Presumably something has been changed with the 2.7 release. Any ideas? I find this plugin very helpful, so I’m hoping it prove to be something simple.

  10. Hoping you’ll be upgrading sometime, but no pressure. This, and your Draft Posts Widget, sat at the top of my dashboard, and were most referred to, and helpful — especially this Scheduled Posts one.

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  13. Any quick way to get the scheduled posts to also publish as Google calendar events?

    Fantastic plugin! Should come standard with all future releases of WP.

    Thanks for your efforts.

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  16. Hi Alex,
    I am also a fan of the “Editorial Calendar” plugin. I altered your code in the functions “register_widget” and further below in the widget itself to do something like

    <?php If (is_plugin_active('editorial-calendar/edcal.php')) : ?>
    <a href="edit.php?page=cal" class="button">
    <?php else : ?>
    <a href="edit.php?post_status=future" class="button">
    <?php endif ?>

    So I jump to the calendar page when clicking the “view all” button. Obviously, in future releases these changes will get lost. Is there a way in wordpress to inherit from your code and make my changes permanent? Or have a settings variable somewhere in the config file?

    Cheers, Thorsten

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