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  1. gmclelland

    @heldercervantes Bump. Any chance you could share the code for this? Still interested
  2. What version of Processwire are you running? You might consider upgrading to the dev version of Processwire on a local setup to see if the problem is already fixed.
  3. gmclelland

    It is quite trippy. I find myself staring at the center of the screen getting hypnotized.
  4. gmclelland

    I have the following In my template's settings under Advanced > List of fields to display in the admin Page List {event_start_datetime} - {title} I believe it will show the date as the field is configured under the field's date and time output format code in the field's settings > Details. In my case the page tree shows: May 2, 2018 7:30 pm - Name of my event
  5. gmclelland

    This has got to be the craziest website I have ever seen: It's like infinite zooming. Contains some questionable content, may be NSFW.
  6. gmclelland

    Thanks for clarifying.
  8. gmclelland

    @bernhard I thought /vendor/autoload.php was already loaded by Processwire automatically if it exist? Maybe you don't need to require it in your modules?
  9. gmclelland

    How about adding a full screen button to the API Explorer panel? Like it is with the Console panel.
  10. gmclelland

    Thank you for building the API Explorer. I just checked it out and looks very helpful indeed. Clicking the line number even opens the file directly in my VSCode editor. Nice! This sounds good to me.
  11. See my document "Techniques for flexible page layouts in Processwire." There are many ways to accomplish this The notes are rough, but I hope it helps someone.
  12. gmclelland

    See if this helps:
  13. gmclelland

    Try this PR and see if it works for you. It worked for me. I don't think we need any special module permissions.
  14. gmclelland

    I have a working version, I'll send you a PR on github.
  15. gmclelland

    Looks like we can fix the caveat I described above by adding a similar role select field like File Rename module does: