normal Circular (Day offset) incorrect.

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7 years 1 month ago #9063 by Rob K
Hi, I just noticed a small bug in the circular version.
Example
If
start date = Feb. 17th 2017
end date = Mar. 3rd 2017
Then Days = 14

If only 1 day has passed then the circle should be 92% but it's only like 8%
I'm checking the "TimeCircles.js" to see if I can fix the issue.

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7 years 1 month ago #9069 by Ha Pham

uwscia wrote: Hi, I just noticed a small bug in the circular version.
Example
If
start date = Feb. 17th 2017
end date = Mar. 3rd 2017
Then Days = 14

If only 1 day has passed then the circle should be 92% but it's only like 8%
I'm checking the "TimeCircles.js" to see if I can fix the issue.


Hi,
this component counts down from now to start date, not from start date to end date

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7 years 1 month ago #9071 by Rob K
Sorry, I think you miss understood....

Days are counting up? So the circle will fill as you get closer to date?
Hours, Minutes, and Seconds all move counter clockwise and you're telling me days goes clockwise?

So again I state may days shows very little as if there was a huge amount of days before hand. when the count down was only 14 days.
Did I set something up wrong?

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7 years 1 month ago #9075 by Ha Pham
Can you send me site administrator to [email protected]?
I'll check for you

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