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    Thanks for your votes! We have this on our longterm roadmap for Event Tickets Plus.

    Some folks have started using the free Event Tickets addon as a waitlist ( https://wordpress.org/plugins/event-tickets/ ). With that plugin installed a new type of ticket becomes available: RSVP. You can add RSVPs “tickets” to sold out events. This allows users to share their email address if they are interested in attending. You can then email the list of interested users when a ticket becomes available.

    With some minor wording modification you can even rename RSVP to “Waitlist” and change any other verbiage to help make this a decent wait list feature for your website.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    It's ironic that 200 people are waiting for a "waitlist" feature where the website notifies us - basically - that we're on a waitlist - and to keep waiting...

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    I'm the OP. I ended up editing the "raw" code and setting that field with default=1 instead of 0. This is beyond the intention or knowledge of most people that want to mess with a bought plugin, but it got me around the problem. I like Modern Tribe's work, but ultimately, I went with another higher-maintenance solution that had more flexibility. This other solution wouldn't work for most people that enjoy the simplicity of this plugin

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Just block going to the cart page until at least ONE of the tickets is >= 1.

    All I'm asking is that the code not let the user go to the next page (cart) with nothing chosen (all items 0 quantity). The fact that that [add-to-cart] allows the user to go to the cart page with 0 items - is wrong. You even handle it by showing "The Cart is Empty"... that should never happen.

    It should respond "You must buy/choose at least one ticket" and stay on the item choice page.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Yes, you make a good point.
    Perhaps a feature that allows setting a *default* quantity for *each* item (0,1, etc)

    UI could also handle this better. Since these elements are multi-select, you only carry over elements that are checked.

    [ ] Qty: 0 Kids
    [X ] Qty: 2 Adults
    [ ] Qty: 0 Seniors

    [Add To Cart]

    ... or at the very least - block [Add-To-Cart] until at least ONE of the tickets is > 1.

    The behavior I see is "0" still let's it go to the /cart screen with "your cart is empty".

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    We lose non-technical customers because they look past the "0 quantity", hit "ADD TO CART" and get "Your Cart is Empty" and get confused and don't sign up for an event.

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    Thank you all for your patience on this one.

    This can be addressed with the following snippet pasted in the functions.php file of your theme (without the PHP tag at the top): https://gist.github.com/niconerd/16770b84adb6156aaa77948bf208bacb

    We also want to thank @websource who wrote a separate nice little plugin to address this.

    https://github.com/thebeard/events-calendar-pro-organizer-mail

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    I still like Events Pro, but on one of my sites, I'm using Events Made Easy. It had more of the basic features I need like RSVP emails and an a built-in way to get a (printable) list of attendees to save me time.

    If a plugin doesn't have a feature I need, I waste time trying to compensate... rather than get ready/organized for my event.

    Tri.be does have this clever voting app which I think every plugin maker should have - to track features requests.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    EDD still doesn't handle basics of TICKET sales for Events... it's still download-centric. What I would need (adding to Gary's)
    - print the EVENT DATE & TIME on the Purchase Receipt
    - Description of event (taken from individual event(s) from different days.. this wouldn't be for RECURRING EVENTS, just 2 different events in general). There's no way to put the Description of event.. "Making Cookies Seminar" and "Making Scones Seminar"

    It's almost unbelievable this isn't done. Try the product, create 1 or 2 events Mon 8-9PM, Tues 7-8PM, customize the Purchase Receipt and notice how little you can add to the event details and have them different on each Purchase Receipt.

    How can you sell a ticketing solution without the abilty to WRITE the date on the purchase receipt email?

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