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  1. Module

    That sounds like a baby on steroids!!! Congratulations!
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  3. awesome screencast, nurguly. easy to follow, well explained and well spoken. it helped me a lot to get a better understanding what your module does and what could be done! i'm curious what will be built on top of this
  4. hi @kongondo what do you think of adding a feature that the field loads files with the same filename automatically when they exist? for example a field "runtime_demo" would load /somefolder/runtime_demo.php and /somefolder/runtime_demo.js i do it manually right now. for sure no problem but i think that would help to keep everything clear if you are using custom markup a lot edit: is there a reason why my file is loaded 3 times when using wirerenderfile? if i only put bd('test!'); into the file, then i see it 3 times in the tracy log. i setup a datatable with my module and loaded the code in the runtime markup field. i had my columns 3 times. i fixed it with an if-statement, but still i would be interested why the file is called 3 times...
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    thanks for making me aware of this! works only on left-aligned panels though... better than nothing
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    I'm talking about the built in panel. Just add the class "pw-panel pw-panel-right" to a link and it opens in a sidebar panel like this: It's similar to the modal, but newer and i prefer it over modals. It's great to open PDFs for a preview for example. Or to open items in my datatables. See \wire\modules\Jquery\JqueryUI\panel.js for details. Would be awesome to make those panels draggable
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    hi tpr, the draggable devider looks great. would it be possible to add this feature also to the core pw-panel?
  8. i guess the browser strips your form because it is inside the processwire form that contains all the inputfields and a form inside another form is not valid html. the inspector shows you the code after browser and javascript manipulations. if you view the raw sourcecode you maybe see your form element.
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    i am quite busy those days so i missed that yeah i was not sure about that as well. i thought of placing it beside the open/close toggle of the field label.
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    hi @tpr, it would be nice to have a "fullscreen" button for some of my inputfields in my current project. it seems to be quite easy to make the inputfields content div fullscreen like this: .fullscreen { height: 100%; width: 100%; left: 0; top: 0; overflow: scroll; position: fixed; z-index: 999; } i need it for my datatables fields, but i'm thinking if that would maybe also interesting for other fields. that's why i thought creating a module. and then i thought that could maybe be interesting for AOS as well. like having a toggle icon to make CKE fields fullscreen? with fullscreen i mean full browser window what do you think?
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    hm... i looked to your github docs and it seemed that it has more features than only populating fields from github. even though it would be nice to get the bigger picture. are you listing several github projects on your site? like listing several tutorials that are hosted on github?
  12. very nice, thanks for bringing my attention to jasonette! i created this shorturl to save me from typing: unfortunately the all links do not work for me. neither with the original url. only link working is the external link to your website... any ideas? (android)
  13. as i said: maybe you took care of it on mobile just wanted to let you know:
  14. module

    same request as with your guid module. could you please provide a simple usecase what you use it for? sometimes that brings up new ideas in my head
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    could you please tell us what you use it for? i know what it does but sometimes it's easier to get the context by an example. thank you