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  1. I don't know much about encryption, but if the email address is the entirety of the field value (i.e. there is a dedicated field that holds the email address and nothing but the email address) then couldn't you encrypt the search value and then match that encrypted value in the DB to find subscribers who have that exact email address? Of course this wouldn't be a solution if you wanted to match a part value (e.g. all subscribers with somedomain.com in their email address) but it would be something at least.
  2. Thanks for the info. From the discussion you linked to it sounds like the LIVE/LAZY features are still a work-in-progress and subject to change. So will wait a while before I delve into it. The thing that was confusing me was that the previous barDumpLive() didn't take any $options argument for maxDepth or maxLength which made me think there is no limit for these when a live dump is used. But no problem to keep using bdb() for larger dumps.
  3. Hi Adrian, Now that "live" is used as the default dump method there's an item in the shortcut methods description that should be deleted: And maybe in the docs too? https://adrianbj.github.io/TracyDebugger/#/debug-methods?id=bardumplive Or maybe move the explanation of live dumping to the intro of this section. Also, I'm trying to get my head around how this live dump works. Are you able to point me to a page in the Nette docs that covers this feature? I've been looking but haven't been able to find it. And if the dump data is loaded in realtime as the levels are expanded then how come there is truncation in the example shown below? Thanks.
  4. I think the DkCore module would need to create the parent page manually in the install() method (assuming DkCore is not a Process module). Then the other modules would specify the parent page by path as the "parent" within "page" within getModuleInfo(). But have you considered combining these three Process modules into a single Process module with several executeSomething() methods? Then you would create just a single page that uses this process and create a flyout menu for the other "execute" URL segments via the executeNavJSON() method. If you look at how some of the core Process modules that use flyout menus do this you'll get the gist of it.
  5. Me too, it's an essential module. I hesitate to say "should be in the core" because I know the PW philosophy on such things. But I wonder if certain modules that are widely needed and used could be highlighted somewhere within the core. So for instance there could be a link to PageRenameOptions from the PagePathHistory module config, so that when you install that module you get a heads-up that there is a useful related third-party module that you might want to consider also.
  6. Sounds like the Multisite module could be a contender: https://github.com/somatonic/Multisite/ And you'll want to read the support thread to get an idea of the current status of the module:
  7. Thanks for for the write-up of how you got this working. I've tried many different AMP stacks for Windows over the years and Laragon is the best. Among the useful features is a built-in mail sender: I recommend it to any Windows user - you'll be sending email from your local dev environment within minutes rather than days.
  8. The hook code definitely needs to be in /site/ready.php or /site/init.php. It won't work in your template-prepended _init.php file - the page is already rendering by the time that code executes.
  9. To see all the places where a particular method is called by the core you would need to search the core code. In the case of Fieldtype::getInputfield the most significant places are in Field::getInputfield, which returns the inputfield according to the fieldtype of that field, which in turn is called by Fieldgroup::getPageInputfields, which loops through all the fields that belong to a fieldgroup (you can think of a fieldgroup as being sort of the same as the template) to get and populate their inputfields so they can be displayed in Page Edit (for instance). But you probably don't need to spend time working through all of that in order to successfully create a Fieldtype module. An important thing to understand if you don't already is that your Fieldtype module extends the Fieldtype class. This is called Object Inheritance: http://php.net/manual/en/language.oop5.inheritance.php So all the methods in the Fieldtype class also belong to your module, and the code for those methods is what you see in Fieldtype.php unless you override the method by including it in your module. To illustrate with an example, we can see that Fieldtype::getBlankValue returns an empty string: https://github.com/processwire/processwire/blob/cbfe97de207e3166451f16865429c02c081791e8/wire/core/Fieldtype.php#L494 If we look at FieldtypeText we see that it doesn't include a getBlankValue() method - it doesn't need to because the getBlankValue() method of Fieldtype already returns the right value for a blank text field. But if we look at FieldtypeCheckbox we see it does include a getBlankValue() method - that's because an empty string isn't the right type of value for a blank (unchecked) checkbox, so it implements its own method to return 0.
  10. The naming of the OR-groups is not correct. You only name OR-groups if there is more than one set of OR-groups and one group in each named set must match. Your selector here is saying that both (date<$start,date_end='') and (date<$start,date_end>=$start) must match which is impossible because these contradict each other. Wrong use of OR-group syntax with only one OR condition. Wrong use of pipe character. The pipe character can only go between field names in a selector clause... field_a|field_b~=foo ...or between values in a selector clause... field_a%=foo|bar
  11. @Elchin, try: $results = $page->children("date<today, (date_end>today), (date_end=''), sort=-date, limit=12"); You can use "today" in place of your timestamp.
  12. Should this have been $this->sanitizer->int() ? It would be awesome to be also able to pass a selector string to the method (e.g. "some_field%=value") but I guess it would get quite involved to translate that into SQL.
  13. Here are links for a few different approaches to the general question: https://github.com/LostKobrakai/Paginator https://gist.github.com/somatonic/5420536 https://processwire.com/talk/topic/5558-adding-pagination-after-merging-two-pagearrays/?do=findComment&amp;comment=54122 And my own suggestion: // Find all the matches, but only find the IDs to reduce memory overhead $matchest = $pages->findIDs("title~=$q, template=BN-article|BN-infopage"); $matchest_str = implode('|', $matchest); $matchesb = $pages->findIDs("body~=$q, template=BN-article|BN-infopage, id!=$matchest_str"); $match_ids = array_merge($matchest, $matchesb); // Define some pagination settings $items_per_page = 10; $start = ($input->pageNum - 1) * $items_per_page; $total = count($match_ids); // Get the IDs for this page of the pagination $item_ids = array_slice($match_ids, $start, $items_per_page); // Get the pages using the IDs $items = $pages->getById($item_ids); // Apply the pagination settings to the pager $items->setTotal($total); $items->setLimit($items_per_page); $items->setStart($start); // Output the items as needed foreach($items as $item) { echo "{$item->title}<br>"; } // Output the pager echo $items->renderPager();
  14. The key thing is to make sure $matchesb does not contain any of the pages in $matchest - otherwise the order will not be what you expect when you join the PageArrays together. So you could use removeItems() as per my reply in the thread @szabesz linked to, or you could exclude the $matchest items in the selector for $matchesb: $matchest = $pages->find("title~=$q, template=BN-article|BN-infopage"); $matchesb = $pages->find("body~=$q, template=BN-article|BN-infopage, id!=$matchest"); $entries = $matchest->and($matchesb);
  15. Try in incognito mode to make sure your browser is not caching old redirects. You could also use the "What other URLs redirect to this page?" section (introduced in PW 3.0.118) and/or the modules below to look for any circular redirects (if such a thing is possible with Page Path History). This second module needs the PagePaths module installed and also needs a variable name fixed as per a reply in the support topic.
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