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  1. I also noticed that when your subscription runs out, there is no way to download any version of the module. What I mean by that is, if I had access to Version 1.1 of a module and then my subscription expired, I can't download that version again. I can understand not being able to download a newer version, but why not the version I already had? I lost the zip file and have no way of downloading it again.
  2. Hi, Is there no way we can have an option under "Manage Purchases" to auto-generate a fresh invoice? I have used IPB (this forum software) in the past and I remember seeing an option to generate a new invoice. I'm trying to create a new invoice for Form Builder and I have messaged Ryan, but he's a busy man at the moment and I don't want to distract him from his fine work refining PW. Either way, there's no rush as I'm just getting back into PW after a long long break.
  3. I don't use any of them, so I can't really comment. Studio One however looks a lot like FruityLoops to me, which I had on Windows. An alternative I used for Linux was LMMS. I'm not sure if you're tried it, but it can be found here: https://lmms.io/ As for Manjaro, I much prefer it over Ubuntu. Changing the Kernel version is a breeze, as is switching between display drivers. On the occasion I've messed things up, I've managed to solve it by reading through the docs. If you can't find what you're looking for there, just head over to the Arch website for answers, as Manjaro is just Arch with some nice additional features on top. I've spent many years trying to find my perfect OS, and Manjaro seems to be it. Sure there are things that I need Windows for, like my printing and cutting software, but I'm always amazed to find open source alternatives. But yeah, let's relive the Amiga years and all our problems will be solved
  4. I was raised on the C64 and then the Amiga. Those were great times for me. Sadly, my Amiga died in the 90s, so I reluctantly moved over to the PC. I used the Mac in college, but that was purely for Photoshop, and nothing ever had the same impact as my trusty Amiga. After years of using Windows, I decided that Windows 7 was the last version I'd use. It's a good OS, but I only really used it for Photoshop etc. So since then I have been using Manjaro Linux. I won't touch anything else other than an Arch-based OS anymore, and Manjaro adds a nice user-friendly option for it. I've tried all flavours of Linux, but I've always had problems at some point over silly little things. Manjaro? never had a single problem. https://manjaro.org/ Note: I use the main XFCE edition as it's lightweight and stable.
  5. Hello all.... So I have CKEditor installed on the front end, but when the form is submitted, it's returning nothing and I have no idea why... All of the following code is set up correctly, i.e in the appropriate <head><body> sections etc. <script src='https://######.com/###/site/ck/ckeditor.js'></script> <?php if($notices) { foreach($notices as $notice) { echo $notice->text; } } $session->removeNotices(); ?> <?php if($input->post->submit) { $editor_data = $input->post->comment; $session->message('<pre>' . $editor_data . '</pre>'); $session->redirect('./'); } ?> <form method='post'> <input type='textarea' id='comment' name='comment'> <input type='submit' name='submit'> </form> <script> CKEDITOR.replace( 'comment' ); </script> If I submit the form as above, then $input->post->comment ($notice->text) returns empty. If however I remove the following code: <script> CKEDITOR.replace( 'comment' ); </script> ... then the form submits correctly, so it's obviously an issue with CKEditor. Does anyone have any advice on what's happening? I have tried a local installation of CKEditor and the CDN, but it's still the same result.
  6. Well I don't recommend you download it or bother with it, but feel to browse the source code. There's a lot I'd change about it, but didn't have the time. At the moment I am manually creating a forum to refresh my memory and also to realise what would be required from a forum module. I do still firmly believe that PW needs a basic forum module that can be configured in the usual PW way. I also prefer a page-based comments module. I would just love to see a lot more documentation on creating modules before I attempt it again.
  7. Yeah I noticed more than a few issues like that, hence the reason I requested a sub-forum to report them. If I see them when I'm logged in, I'll report them straight away providing there's an easy method to do so. A "Report an issue with this page" link on each doc page, that links to a sub-forum would be ideal in my opinion, but that's just my thoughts. Either way, good to see those current issues are being sorted
  8. Unless I'm missing something, there's no dedicated place on the forum to report bugs regarding the website / forum etc? Is there any chance we could have a sub-forum for it? There have been a number of times I've seen the odd spelling mistake etc, but I've just ignored it because I didn't know who to alert. Here's the latest one I've stumbled across: http://processwire.com/api/ref/page/ Notice the missing spaces.
  9. Thanks for the reply. I've been looking over how the PW UIKit implementation works, and as usual it's very logical. It's just a case of starting with the blank profile, linking to the UIKit CDN and then including the _uikit.php file to take advantage of the PW helper functions. Simple and to the point. As for the updates. I just suppose I'd prefer a changelogs page that lists all the changes between versions with easy ways to compare between versions and to link to the information you require. In my opinion, it would be great if PW had a page like this: https://www.sidefx.com/changelog/ It's a nice simple page, and you can alter it to fit your needs.
  10. Hello everyone, it's been a while since I've been on here. I've placed this message in the pub as I'm usually more at home in one, especially my local (The Crusty Biggus Dickus).... All drinks are on me! Firstly I'd like to apologise for the lack of updates to the forum module I was working on. Life always gets in the way, so I have been unable to make any progress. So I apologise to those that were waiting on updates. I'm not sure if I will be able to continue with it or not, time will tell. Anyway, I have noticed that there have been some nice tasty updates to PW in my departure, but a few things are confusing me. 1. What is the best way to find a summary of all the main PW changes since I was last here? I know there is the blog, but sometimes it's hard to find what I'm looking for without having to read every blog post. It would have been nice to see a forum popup message saying "Since your last logged on, here's what you missed in the PW development cycle" 2. I'm glad things have switched over to Uikit 3 and I noticed the new site profile with the added PW helper library. I'm just wondering if it will be possible to take advantage of that helper library if you decide to start with a blank profile and then use your own installation of UiKit? Will there be conflicts with different versions etc? Anyway, hope you're all doing well, and thanks for updating this amazing Framework.
  11. This is taken from their website.... https://www.cmscritic.com/extreme-makeover-cms-critic-edition/
  12. ​ On the subject of the docs, I noticed that there is a typo on the following page http://processwire.com/api/ref/page/status/ Under the "See Also" section at the bottom, Page::addStauts() should read Page::addStatus(). Also the link is wrong and should be http://processwire.com/api/ref/page/add-status/ instead of http://processwire.com/api/ref/page/addstauts/ ​ ​I thought I'd mention it here rather than opening another thread.
  13. This is a lot clearer and more useful, so thanks for all your efforts Ryan. I do however have one question and I know the docs aren't complete, but I had a look at the following page http://processwire.com/api/ref/page/addStatus/ and I'm just wondering if a list of all the $statusFlag(s) will eventually be listed on that page? As it stands, I don't see any info directly relating to the possible $statusFlag options.
  14. Basically as soon as I can. This is something that I would love to use myself, so I am eager to get it finished for various personal projects. I could have finished this by now if it was for my personal use, as I would have cut corners here and there, but I want to release it as a module that everyone can use. This is a part time project for me as I'm not a PHP programmer, so I often don't know what I'm doing. But I have the ideas and a vision, so I will crack on and hope others comment on my code in order to improve it. As a prime example, do you personally like the idea of being able to choose your own module for the comments / replies? I could hard code it into the core module as I did previously with HermodBB, but if other modules exist to fit the bill, then why invent the wheel? But that's just my opinion. PW gives us so much flexibility, and that's what I want to take advantage of. PW takes care of users, permissions, profiles, and that's the beauty of it as it's something I don't need to bother with.
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