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Where can I find language files in german? Thanks a lot.

to translate plugin string use the woocommerce-availability-scheduler-de_DE.po you find inside the language folder inside the plugin folder. Use a po editor (like ) edit the file, translate the strings you need then save. It will create a .mo file that you have to save back into the languages folder.

Hello, Is there a way to see the current availability settings of the plugin? For example – I want to see what I have blocked or available for Tuesday, Wednesday etc?

I’m sorry but unfortunately the plugin hasn’t such a feature.


giac_14 Purchased

Hi there, i’d be interested in changing the product status from available to out of stock at the end of the availability, is that possible?

no, I’m sorry but unfortunately the plugin is not designed to offer such a feature.

I would like to use this plugin i believe it will satisfy my needs but the demo appears not to work for me. Also, is this compatible with the simba hosting store hours plugin?

what do you exactly mean that the demo site is not working for you? I’ve just performed a test setting the availability for the Product 1 and as you can see from the following image: it seems to properly work. Please provide me more details about the issue you are experiencing.

For what concerns the simba hosting, there should be no problem if it fully compatible with wordpress hosting. However I’ve not performed any test on it so I cannot give you assure you at 100%.

i tried to set it to categories in the bulk setting and it did not work for me

I’ve just perfoemd a test assigning the availability for thursday for category 1 products and the bulk assigner seems to properly work:

Make sure you have properly selected the category and in the day tab selection, to have properly setted the availability settings for the days you need.


kuatwal1 Purchased

I installed it and it completely broke my site. I get a blank page.

wp cli does not work. No errors. Had to move the directory out of /plugins to recover my site.

Afterwards, the Installed Plugins page said the plugin had to be deactivated due to an error, but I don’t see an error in debug.log or apache2 error.log

deactiavation error message is printed due to the fact that you moved the plugin out from the plugin directory without first deactivating it. Wordpress then detects that the plugin folder is missing then deactivates it warning about the error.

For what concerns the blank page, without any further clue, it is quite hard to say which is the cause of the isseu you are experiencing. There could be several reasons that may cause it, poor server resources, DBMS issues, 3rd party plugin interference, etc.

Could you try enabling the wordpress debug mode ( ) and report me if you are getting any error? If not, If you send me via private message (click on my name and then use the low-right box) the following:
  1. you email address
  2. Full admin access to the wp-admin area
  3. a FTP access

I can try to perform some tests to see if it possible to have more clues about the issue.