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I'm a wordpress newbie and I have annoying problem. I have a few custom post types (capability_type=post). Two of them i created with "Custom Post Types" plugin and when i put its categories in navigation menu they are working well. When clicked it gets current-menu-item. The problem is with one of the other post type (Events) which is created by "Events Manager" plugin. When its categories are included in navigation menu, and clicked they don't get class current-menu-item ... there is nothing starting with current in classes. Can anyone help me pleace? Link to the site: http://ideas4web.eu/sedmicata.com/

Look at the big red navigation and Events li and its sub-menu. I've read This post but i can't figure it out how to make it work.

Print screen in admin area here

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Welcome to WordPress Stack Exchange! Please try our search. Add your research efforts to your question. – toscho Apr 23 '13 at 9:57
I have replicated this issue on a WordPress installation using the TwentyTwelve theme so this appears to be an issue with the plugin. There is a support thread where the plugin author may be able to provide a solution. – sr83 Apr 23 '13 at 11:33
Well if someone can tell us where and what we have to change, we have a chance to live a better life I think. ;) – Христо Атанасов Apr 23 '13 at 11:54
@ХристоАтанасов Please write a real answer. – toscho Apr 23 '13 at 13:45
You can write the answer after eight hours. – toscho Apr 23 '13 at 16:50
up vote 1 down vote accepted

The problem was in the plugins settings ...
To fix this problem go to:
Events(Left Admin Sidebar) -> Settings -> Pages -> Event Categories
and set "Override with Formats?" to NO
Thats it ... I hope this information to be useful for others, and save them a lot of time, which they coud use for a walk, drinking beer and whatever they want. ;)

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