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  2. Top! I learn a lot on this place Thank you very much. Detlef
  3. Hey, @ngrmm! Check out this module by @Martijn Geerts. The description says it has css inliner built in.
  4. I realise that it's been a while since this was posted (again: sorry!) but while some sort of email trigger might be an interesting future addition, at the moment what Adrian suggested is probably the fastest and easiest way to achieve this. That, or perhaps Field Change Notifier in case you prefer a GUI solution ๐Ÿ™‚
  5. *Facepalm* I did not upload an image in the second example *ROFL* . It has been 3 long weeks without resting, please forgive me. After uploading an image, the fields appear. I will test it out further tomorrow.
  6. Hey @horst Your solution is very similar how scripts like https://github.com/aik099/PhpStormProtocol work. As mentioned before this is a workaround and a hacky way, and my solution provides a native alternative which works. I am not searching for another hacky solution, I just wanted to provide a native way of handling URI schemes in Tracy Debuger
  7. This should be pinned! It's Awesome! ๐Ÿ˜„
  8. Hey franciccio! I may have misunderstood your post (in which case: sorry in advance) but if by "I can't put them in processwire" you mean that you can't add keywords with ProcessWire, then please re-read the posts in this topic. As Bernhard and psy both pointed out, it's actually quite easy to do โ€“ the only thing you need to do is add a custom field for your keywords. There's no native keyword field out of the box because, let's face it, very few users need that. That being said, if you want to have a field for storing and outputting keywords, all you need to do is add it yourself. Just like you would with any other custom data you require ๐Ÿ™‚
  9. Hi Jens, what Dragan said, if you can switch & test to PW 3.0.142 with the new implemented images subfields, that would be simple to setup and protect for usernames / ids and modified or uploaded timestamps. But you need to test it in a dev environment first, as it is "brandnew". I believe the best hook for all file and image related things on upload is >before "InputfieldFile::fileAdded" < (https://processwire.com/talk/topic/22252-admin-hook-image-upload-watermark-pim/?tab=comments#comment-190948
  10. Thanks for letting me know. Fixed in 0.1.5, already on GitHub and soon in the module repo. I'm pretty sure I caught all translation call issues now.
  11. hi, as you might noticed I'm no longer active in the field of PHP and ProcessWire. I tried to continue supporting my modules and wireshell but it turned out that it just doesn't work well if you don't work with it yourself anymore. I would be very happy if someone would be interested in taking over and developing this further. Just write me a message. ๐Ÿ˜€ ๐Ÿ˜Š
  12. Try setting it to off "$config->sessionFingerprint = 0;" and see if you experience any differences
  13. @franciccio-ITALIANO welcome to the forum and ProcessWire. ProcessWire is not a 'cookie-cutter-fill-in-the-blanks' website builder. Quite the opposite. Any and every field, whether generated by the profile you chose in install, or afterwards can do or be whatever you want. It's a mind shift... That's the beauty of ProcessWire. YOU are in control
  14. Thanks, @Robin S The original is saved at JPEG quality 8 in Photoshop. Anything less than 100 in PW, in my experience, messes with the colours so always have to keep it at 100.
  15. @franciccio-ITALIANO How do you link assets (images, css ..etc)?? - share some code so we can help
  16. Yes, there are core permissions built in for this purpose. https://processwire.com/docs/user-access/permissions/#user-admin-permissions https://processwire.com/blog/posts/new-user-admin-permissions-automatic-version-change-detection-and-more-2.6.10/#new-user-admin-permissions
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  18. I don't know how, but the item in the sidebar ('settings') now keeps linking to /admin/page/settings/bookmarks/ On other sites I made this isn't the problem. Anyone with he same problem?
  19. hus

    Changing creator

    Thanks for your help. After activating the option in the template-settings I have taken a mouse-recording-tool with a loop (Automator/Mac) to do the job. It took about 5 hours to do the job for more than 1000 pages. Next time, shure, I will use your code.
  20. Hi everyone, Sorry for the silence on this thread. This module is now generously being managed and updated by @wbmnfktr - I have updated the modules directory entry to point to his fork. I am sure he will be able to better support and improve this module than I can.
  21. I see. Thanks for clarifying! Side-note: I did have a strong feeling that the module would not see too much maintenance, if any. That is why two years ago โ€“ when it was released โ€“ my first reaction to it was asking for adding it to the core. However, I did not know that the codebase in its current state just does not cut it...
  22. If allowing "debug" there is also a warning now, that does not go away: Declaration of ProcessWire\FieldtypeCroppableImage3::getModuleConfigInputfields(array $data) should be compatible with ProcessWire\FieldtypeFile::getModuleConfigInputfields(ProcessWire\InputfieldWrapper $inputfields) in //site/modules/CroppableImage3/FieldtypeCroppableImage3/FieldtypeCroppableImage3.module on line 4
  23. Hey @adrian just doing some debugging and having a hard time finding out what's going on ๐Ÿ˜„ Is there a way to see the debug_backtrace easily? I mean something like the backtrace shown when an exception is thrown, but without throwing the exception and just showing the tracy in the debug bar. This could be extremely helpful in many situations. I've installed xdebug but it makes things so slow (~20s page load instead of <1s ๐Ÿ˜ฎ ). An example: In one of my modules a file is included twice instead of once. That's easy to find out via bd('fired') that will show 2 dumps in the bar. It's not so easy to find out WHY this happens and what triggered the call. When I throw an exception the trace is shown, but that's the first call. It would be nice to analyze both. It would be absolutely awesome if we could do something like trace() and get a collapsed backtrace that we can analyze step by step, click on the line of code, etc. I guess that could be helpful for everyone! Thx ๐Ÿ™‚
  24. Hi and thanks @MateThemes ... The _init.php file is responsible for most profile settings ... You can change the setting blog comments options on this line: https://github.com/rafaoski/site-uk3-minimal/blob/9ea54af1f144fbb9642baee67adb604be0f4b1ea/templates/_init.php#L33 'comments' => true, // Blog Comments Just change to false: 'comments' => false, // Blog Comments This setting should disable comments in the files: templates/views/blog/blog-post.php ( https://github.com/rafaoski/site-uk3-minimal/blob/9ea54af1f144fbb9642baee67adb604be0f4b1ea/templates/views/blog/blog-post.php#L39 ) templates/views/blog/parts/_blog-article.php ( https://github.com/rafaoski/site-uk3-minimal/blob/9ea54af1f144fbb9642baee67adb604be0f4b1ea/templates/views/blog/parts/_blog-article.php#L59 ) You will learn more about the new functions API setting() from this place: https://processwire.com/blog/posts/processwire-3.0.119-and-new-site-updates/#new-functions-api-setting-function
  25. Thanks @teppo โ€“ have reviewed and merged in with some minor UI/textual adjustments to the config. Tested it too, works great! ๐Ÿ™‚
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