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Ivan Gretsky

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  1. Thanks for the answer @szabesz! I've read the RuntimeMarkup module thread, and @kongondo also recommends to put the actual code in a file and just wireRenderFile() it. So that must be the main difference. I also thought about the easy inclusion of js and css in Runtime only as a substantial difference. By the way, I do not read any real sarcasm in @bernhard's post. I guess it is just a his style) He is always asking himself questions and answers them. Sort of inner dialog)
  2. @Robin S, I am choosing a module for markup in edit page. You mentioned RuntimeMarkup module in the 1st post, but did not mention, what are the differences between that module and yours. Could you please help me here and outline pros and cons of your module comparing to @kongondo's ?
  3. I think the cheatsheet is here. Maybe just change the link in the original post? I remember starting my way with this cheatsheet. I learned a lot. Not sure if it is up to date, but even as is it could be of a great value to many. Captain hook is also available, just moved to github.io
  4. Good day everyone! Last year we had some great improvements for admin theme customization. Big thanx to @bernhard and @ryan. But there is an area of customization that is not so easy to approach - changing the layout generated by process modules. For example, I want to change how tabs on page edit screen are positioned. On one project of mine I got so many tabs, it is reasonable and preferable to have them on the side to the left, not on the top of the page. Preferably sticky (see the screenshot below). Did anyone try to implement something like this? Did you succeed? Could you please share how you managed to do it? I am pretty sure I cannot do it just with this module. I have seen something similar done in Admin Theme Boss with jQuery UI Layout Plug-in, but I'd rather do it in php)) Please share your knowledge!
  5. @Clarity, could you please share, what was the solution?
  6. It seems like a good idea from the API consistency point of view)
  7. Great new module! Love it! I would also love to extend this module (or have a similar one) to export / import translations for fields' labels / descriptions / notes with per template override support + templates labels. That would make the translation workflow more complete and easy for sites with many languages. @ryan, doesn't your customer accidentally have this need too? 😀
  8. $page->fields->getField('my_field_mame', true)->getLabel() This also works and is a bit shorter.
  9. Hey, @ukyo! I read the module description, but I can't say I fully grasp what it does) Could you please write why this module, what problems it solves, what are typical use cases. Looking forward to learn more about this one, as I already use and love other modules of yours))
  10. That one seems to have a paid license, which is probably a showstopper for having it inside the core.
  11. As far as I know CKEditor 5 is quite a different beast and transition to it would require some massive changes. But it surely could bring a lot to the table. Maybe even some basic content builder functionality.
  12. Good day, @teppo! Hope you're doing fine. I am using Wireframe in everything I build now) And devs I collaborate with love it as it gives us a defined common ground. Thanks! We are using components a lot. Particularly for RM based content builder. And we often need to call some component-unique logic from the component view. I wish we could do it like we can in regular views: just calling a public method of component controller as a function (or a property). It doesn't seem to be a feature now. Could this be added?
  13. Great! Is there a chance to add hiding pages (and their children) by template or by custom selector. That would make the new feature more complete and useful IMHO.
  14. You send you request to /scan without the ending slash. ProcessWire by default redirects to a url with an ending slash. And all parameters get lost during the redirect.
  15. Good day, @BitPoet! Are you planning to merge dev branch to have a new stable?
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