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Purpose of description in Whats happening and what to do locally

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9 months 1 week ago - 9 months 1 week ago #46760 by iain
Hi
in jomres admin when creating 'Whats happening and what to do locally'
There is a field for 'Description' -


This field is not displayed in frontend -

Is this correct, If so what is the point of the description field in the back end?

This description field does not also display in the admin area, Is this also correct? -


Regards
Iain
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Last edit: 9 months 1 week ago by iain . Reason: Marked with tick (Solved)
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9 months 1 week ago #46762 by Vince Wooll
Hi Iain.

That's an old, old field. I don't think it was ever developed because there was never any demand for it.

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9 months 1 week ago #46764 by iain
Hi Vince

Ok, Thanks for letting me know
Just thought I would check that it was working as it should do
and odd that there is a filed to enter data but has no functionality

Iain

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