Jump to content

Marc

Members
  • Content Count

    95
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

31 Excellent

About Marc

  • Rank
    Full Member

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Netherlands

Recent Profile Visitors

2,240 profile views
  1. You are correct, RockFinder2 was not available. I installed the module and ignored the TracyDebugger dependency warning. Since it DID successfully install ProcessRockFinder2, I assumed everything was alright. Anyway, I installed the debugger and reinstalled RockFinder2 and now it's up and running. Silly mistake on my part and sorry for bothering you about this! I got your example of including the template name working, thanks for your help! I hope you won't mind if I ask you another question. The docs for RockFinder2 briefly mention repeaters, and state that columns musts be defined manually. What exactly do you mean by this? Could you provide an example? With RockFinder1 you can do $finder->addField("repeatername", ["fieldname"]) but this is no longer the case with RockFinder2.
  2. I would like to try this out so I have just downloaded RockFinder2 from github, however even the simplest test won't work for me: $rf = new RockFinder2(); $rf->find("parent=1"); $rf->addColumns(["title"]); Using this on the front end, it generates the error "Uncaught Error: Call to a member function __invoke() on null in /site/modules/RockFinder2/RockFinder2.module.php:746". Also getting this notice: "Trying to get property of non-object in /site/modules/RockFinder2/RockFinder2.module.php on line 801" RockFinder1 is working properly.
  3. Is there an efficient way to get the template name or at least the template ID in the RockFinder results? I'm doing a query for all children of a particular page and those children can have different templates and I need to know which template each page has. Excellent module btw 👍
  4. This has been my manager of choice but sadly no longer. Since I put LineageOs on my Android phone (without the Google Play Store) it is impossible to activicate my registered copy of Enpass. I bet you did not know this 😁 I moved to Bitwarden as a result.
  5. Thanks for pointing this out, that looks like an acceptable workaround.
  6. I want to have a custom page under Settings in the admin that shows a PageTable field. I have it setup as follows: Created a Process module that installs a page under /admin/settings. This page has the admin template and points to my module's process. A page that has a template which holds the PageTable field. This page holds the children of the PageTable. The execute function of the module renders a form that gets the inputfields from the page I mentionend above. When I execute the module, a form is successfully rendered with the PageTable field. It looks like this: However, after pressing 'Add New' and saving a new item, the form reloads and I see this: The new item is saved but not listed in the field. I also tried this with a repeater field, which has a similar defect. Other types of fields like a text field work fine. When I add the PageTable field to the template of a regular page and edit that page, it works as expected. Only when accessing the field through my Process module's page it does not work correctly. I'm sure there's a fix for this. I think the form does not know what page to link the PageTable entries to perhaps?
  7. Thank you for helping me understand this. Now I managed to get it working! I give my replacement field an exta attribute called 'replaced' and the hook is only allowed to do its job if the field does not have that extra attribute. Like this: wire()->addHookAfter('Inputfield::render', function($event) { if (wire('page')->template != "account") return; $inputfield = $event->object; if ($inputfield->attr('name') == "profile_pad_countrycode" && $inputfield->attr('replaced') != "yes") { $replacement = $this->modules->get('InputfieldSelect'); $replacement->label = 'Land code'; $replacement->attr('name', 'profile_pad_countrycode'); $replacement->attr('class', 'uk-select'); $replacement->attr('replaced', 'yes'); // This is essential to prevent a loop. Check for this value when the hook starts. $optionsArray = ['test']; $replacement->addOptions($optionsArray); $event->return = $replacement->render(); } });
  8. The original text field that I want to replace belongs to a third party module. Rather than changing the field properties of that module, I thought I'd tailor that particular field to my needs with a hook. I agree this might be a bit dangerous and perhaps I'll end up just changing the module, but it's a fun experiment nonetheless. I gave this a try. It doesn't appear to have any effect. I should use this in addition to my own hook, right? Is this hook supposed to prepare PW for the change in field type? I did some more testing and even when I try to replace the text field with a new text field (so same field type), it only works as long as the name of the replacement field is not the same as the original (but then you can't save new values using the new field to the old field). When a form gets rendered and it has the replacement field with the same name as the original field, the server hangs and I'll get this fatal error: Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 268435456 bytes exhausted So at this point I'll rephrase my question: can I replace a field with a new field of the same type and the same name using a hook? Once I get that working, I'll see if I can use a replacement field of another type.
  9. I have a form (outside of the admin) that shows a text field. I want to replace this field with a select field during rendering. The problem is, when I name the replacement field the same as the original, the page stops working. But I'm thinking if I use another name for my replacement field, its value won't be saved to the original field. Here's the hook I'm using in ready.php: wire()->addHookAfter('Inputfield::render', function($event) { if (wire('page')->template != "account") return; $inputfield = $event->object; if ($inputfield->attr('name') == "profile_pad_countrycode") { $replacement = $this->modules->get('InputfieldSelect'); $replacement->label = 'Land code'; $replacement->attr('name', 'profile_pad_countrycode'); // This is a problem, the form crashes when using this name. $replacement->attr('class', 'uk-select'); $optionsArray = ['test']; $replacement->addOptions($optionsArray); $event->return = $replacement->render(); } }); Can this way of replacing an inputfield ever work? Or should I abandon this idea?
  10. This module is currently broken. I think it was made with version 1 of the Mollie API in mind. If you use it together with the current version of the Mollie API (v2), it does not work at all. Here's a discription of the API changes from v1 to v2 that I think the developer of this module may want to take a look at.
  11. I just ran into this issue with the same PaymentModule module for Padloper. Thanks so much for figuring this out.
  12. I did not include the config part of the module because I did not think it would be relevant. But the Modules::saveConfig hook looks like the hook I need, thanks. I tried it out with a simple test but this does nothing when I save the module configuration (it should diplay a message): class WireDataSetupWebsite extends WireData implements Module { public static function getModuleInfo() { return array( "title" => "Website Options", "summary" => "Setup options for this website.", "author" => "", "singular" => true, "autoload" => true ); } public function init() { $this->addHookAfter('Module::saveConfig', $this, 'test'); } public function test(HookEvent $event) { $arguments = $event->arguments; $this->session->message('this is a test to see if the hook runs'); } }
  13. I want to build a simple module that holds some settings for my website. The easiest way I see is doing this with a WireData module. So I set one up and it currently holds one field called website_type. When this field is saved, I want to do some stuff with the updated value. How do I hook into the save method? I tried the following, showing a message with the updated value (it shows the current value instead): class WireDataSetupWebsite extends WireData implements Module { public static function getModuleInfo() { return array( "title" => "Website Options", "version" => "0.0.1", "summary" => "Setup options for this website.", "author" => "", "singular" => true, "autoload" => true ); } public function init() { $this->addHookBefore('ProcessModule::executeEdit', $this, 'test'); } public function test(HookEvent $event) { $this->session->message('website type: ' . $this->website_type); } }
  14. My company developed a website where we sell greeting cards and gift products that our customers can customize and apply their own designs to. The designs can then be previewed in interactive 3D. We use a software package called Taopix 3D Designer for this. Taopix are using three.js to render the preview, so you may want to look into that javascript library as well.
×
×
  • Create New...