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You need to configure the rollover date in the Membership Configuration. Please see: https://docs.civicrm.org/user/en/latest/membership/defining-memberships/


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Thank you for supporting CiviCRM! You can use this ESR form for members to request a download key. There is more information in the FAQ on the ESR page. When we launched Extended Security Releases (ESR) as a service, we were not sure how many people would sign up, so we started handling the requests manually. It seems like it's here to stay, so we are ...


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For anyone else that stumbles across this because they are facing something similar: I got a response on mattermost from Matt @ MJW consulting pointing me to this issue - https://lab.civicrm.org/dev/membership/issues/18 Other people have come across this, there is a patch, but it hasn't been progressed yet.


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Yes, the price fields are independent, and the design limits you to putting all the membership types/flavours into one price field if you need to force only one. Of course, you could write some javascript to do something like what you want, though that would be a bit of a hack. A simple alternative is to create separate contribution/membership pages for ...


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This problem turned out to be a Javascript error in the console: SyntaxError: expected expression, got '<' on civicrm:1 A plugin must have been dumping in Javascript in the header or footer, and once it was deactivated, CiviCRM could render the search results in Javascript.


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Not as a built-in CiviCRM feature. Perhaps you don't want to use profiles for this, but could instead use a Wordpress specific form builder? You need some integration with Wordpress because using a state related to whether or not they've filled in a form would be handled within the CMS (which handles user authentications, sessions, etc.). I believe ...


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This appears to have been implemented as a deliberate 'feature' to prevent users from making changes to memberships linked to recurring payments. See this related question for details: How can you edit the end date for an auto-renew membership? A fix has been merged into CiviCRM core (PR #15540) that fixes this issue for the end date field. This fix should ...


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It's on purpose that it removes the link to the user when you delete. It was added years ago here: https://github.com/civicrm/civicrm-svn/commit/3d9843c5912cb9d77e557b4a8cd4ef711f2cdcbb and seems related to deduping https://issues.civicrm.org/jira/browse/CRM-6861 But yes Civi will reattach them once you do something that triggers the matching which is ...


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After testing, here is how it works. If we use again my example with twice the same event date 3rd of April: Status 1: from membership date to start date Status 2: from start date to end date. Status 1 will change by the end of the 3rd of April which means start date from the previous status is "Master" and start date lasts 24 hours. Status 2 will appear ...


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This is how we solved this problem for a client that has teachers as their constituents who all belong to a School Board/District. We're using the autocomplete functionality that webform_civicrm module provides to force teachers to select rather than to type. You can only imagine how many ways one could type "Grande Prairie Roman Catholic Separate School ...


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You may find this provides the missing feature you need https://civicrm.org/extensions/nzcofuzioncivitoken


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Yes I believe that is still the standard workaround.


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