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  1. gmclelland

    Thanks Macrura. I just tested and it looks like you can do this: // in site-settings.php // note the toolbar line and inlineMode line [ 'name' => 'ckeditor_test', 'label' => 'CK Editor Test', 'type' => 'InputfieldCKEditor', 'width' => '100', 'description' => 'Some Formatted Test', 'collapsed' => 0, 'value' => '', 'toolbar' => "Bold, Italic", 'inlineMode' => 1, ], Doing that will only show the Bold and Italic buttons in the CKeditor toolbar. It will also use inline mode. I'm not sure about the other stuff yet. I found those settings in wire/modules/Inputfield/InputfieldCKEditor/InputfieldCKEditor.module Hope that helps someone.
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    When you use a CKeditor field in Settings Factory. Is there anyway to specify text formatters or markup options like "Link abstraction"? I also noticed an error when I clicked the Ckeditor image button on a CKeditor field on my Settings Factory page. Is there also a way to simplify the CKeditor's buttons?
  3. gmclelland

    Thanks Adrian, I'm currently using MarkupSEO. I haven't tried your fork yet, but probably will switch at some point since MarkupSEO doesn't seem to be maintained anymore. Although it may be possible that Settings Factory can do the job as well?
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    Hi @Macrura, I was just testing out this module and it seems to work great! Thank you for making this module. Is there any way to access control individual settings factory pages? I see there is an "settings-factory" permission included with the module. I don't know if it is feasible, but maybe a permission could somehow be created for each settings factory page? For example, you might want a client to be to make changes to a "Theme settings" page, but you don't want them to mess with the "API settings" page. Also, I'm curious if and how you use this module for SEO? or do you use something like the MarkupSEO module? Would you create a settings page for each type of template to override the general seo settings page as needed?
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    Can you describe what is not working with Batch Child Editor or PageTable? ie the last 10%?
  6. gmclelland

    Maybe Batch Child Editor?
  7. gmclelland

    Hi @Matze This request sounds similar to You might want to check there. It looks like Robin has posted a possible solution.
  8. gmclelland

    You can also use http://modules.processwire.com/modules/module-settings-import-export/. Works great for me.
  9. Here you go https://github.com/processwire/processwire/commit/c7dfb37a7ece9d1a2e0369a92263e7c18663502a Looks like it was fixed in 3.0.100
  10. I think this was a bug in a past version of Processwire that has been fixed. What version are you running?
  11. gmclelland

    Strange... I tried making the same changes in production and on another site, but that didn't fix the TemplateEngingTwig module's config page.
  12. gmclelland

    Many thanks Robin! I was able to add a php comment in the TemplateEngineTwig.module which forced a recompile. Now all the text on that module's config page appears correctly. However, I tried the same with FormBuilder module but couldn't get the text to correct on the modules page.
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    For some reason on two of my sites, the module pages at mysite.com/processwire/module/ look like they are getting compiled. Also on another module config page "TemplateEngineTwig", I get the following: Does anyone know of anything I can check to prevent this from happening? I have tried clearing the compiled files button on the modules page and I have manually deleted the contents of the site/assets/cache/FileCompiler/ folder. I'm running the latest dev version of Processwire 3.0.106, but I have noticed this with older versions as well. No problems with the frontend of the website.