Accessing this on a clean install gives: Declaration of IPS\nexus\Support\_CustomField::buildHelper() should be compatible with IPS\_CustomField::buildHelper($value = NULL, $customValidationCode = NULL)
Well I just want to say congratulations to IPS! Development seems to have been a long hard slog at times for both IPS and customers, but I am sure that that will pale once we all get stuck into using 4. Is any X.0.0 bug free? I suspect not, but the psychological step of getting out of core development and into 'production' is probably an important one for and I'm sure that everything will settle-down very quickly. 4.0, the feature plan and new 3rd party apps make this an exciting time.
I think it would also be helpful to be able to set the timezone display for calendar events. For example if you are running online webinars then you need the time to display as local to the user, but all our events are physical ones so I would prefer all times to display in the timezone of the event location, irrespective of the timezone of the user.
This is definitely a timezone issue. I am in Bristol UK and when I edit the event the system picks me up as being Europe/London which it thinks is [GMT]. But the UK has just switched to GMT+1 for the summer. If I set the event timezone as [GMT+1] then it displays correctly for me, but then when I re-edit the event it jumps back to Europe/London and [GMT]. So there seems to be a issue around the system not correctly picking up daylight saving time.
If I understand you correctly this can be done in V3. Once you have added your product and custom package fields, go back to the list of products and click on the 'product options...' button for the item. It's the little parcel icon on the right hand side. You should be then able to set stock levels for each size and track them accordingly.
I repeatedly asked for calendar custom fields prior to and throughout the beta phase, but despite general support the feedback from IPS was that they didn't foresee the need. Shame really as they would be good for all sorts of uses.