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    Hi, I’m using Flagship with the-events-calendar-pro and having an issue. While I realize it’s not your place to support third-party plugins, I’ve already turned to them for a solution that didn’t work which leads me to believe there’s some sort of conflict with the theme. Essentially if I have no events set for the future, the page defaults to the blog template and doesn’t load events. If I have upcoming events, it shows the calendar. The plugin is supposed to simply show past events, but again, it defaults to the blog view.

    Modern Tribe, the plugin publisher suggested injecting some logic in a conditional block on their template, but it seems to be completely ignored when I do so.

    My question: have you experienced this with other customers and if so, any suggestions for a fix?

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    Hi,

    I tried to reproduce the issue on my localhost but I couldn’t. When no events are set for the future it just shows an empty page with a link “Previous Evens” and a text message “No upcoming events.”. When I click on the “Calendar” button I can see all events (also the events in the past, click on them and view the event details). Tbh I’m not sure if this is theme related because our theme does not contain any “events calendar” specific code which would be able to check if an event has passed. You can try to switch to the default theme though and check if the problem persists.

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