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Robert Zelník

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  1. I no longer maintain the Slovak translation for ProcessWire. It is a Github repository, so you can easily clone it, update it and post a link to your updated version here.
  2. Yes, both approaches does exactly this using PHP. My suggestion is targeted to PW core developers to rethink the "Alternate Template Filename" option to take care of both layout and view, without the need of additional PHP code in the template files.
  3. Yes, exactly. It's a similar approach done differently. I just think that it would be great if PW would allow to set both layout and view files in the template settings. Currently we can just set the layout file (in Advanced > Alternate Template Filename).
  4. Back to the Soma's template approach: I just realized that we would not need to use dirty hacks to force PW to render alternate template file, if PW would allow us to set template files for both layout and particular view. Example: We have a post template. In post template we set main.php for layout (default setting for the whole site) - renders the whole HTML page post.php for view (default setting for this particular template - derived from the template name) - renders the content specific to the post template, nested inside the main.php layout This approach is common in many web application frameworks.
  5. I would like to set a custom default/starting page inside the page hierarchy instead of the root page. Is it possible, or should I create a redirect from the home page? Could the home page be inside a second level of the page tree?
  6. I would like to create a simple image gallery using simple image field with multiple images per page. I would like to show them sorted (newest first). I have tried this: $images = $page->images->find("sort=-id"); foreach ($images as $image): ... endforeach; It works well with child pages, but it seems like it doesn't work with image fields. Is there any way to sort these images, or should I use repeatable fields instead?
  7. I agree with the idea of multiple translations for multiple contexts.
  8. You are right, we don't need to edit directly in the file, but the possibility to check the files can be useful for checking/comparing the changes, when more people collaborate on the translation etc. The online JSON editor is great, thanks for the tip. I will use it.
  9. I really like the translation interface. I just have some difficulties with reading the output files exported from the ProcessWire Languages interface. Currently the .json files look like this: the whole file is stored in a single line non-ascii/accented characters are encoded in \uXXXX format This makes the translation file hard to read for human beings. Could be possible to implement line-wrapping and storing the text in UTF-8? I have read that UTF-8 is preferred for JSON files and I assume that the appropriate line endings would not make the file hard to read for the application.
  10. Maybe it would be easier to add some script to generate that file list on demand. In that case it would not be necessary to maintain the package manually.
  11. What about creating a wiki-section on ProcessWire.com to allow collective maintenance of this file list? Several time I thought it would be good to have a wiki also for users' contributions to the documentation and many other reasons.
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