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  1. theo

    @Robin S Thank you. Did you do anything "special" to make it work? I really don't know what else I can do. Here it looks like:
  2. Hello I am trying to enable "Trash for all", but it doesn't seem to work: https://processwire.com/blog/posts/processwire-3.0.107-core-updates/#trash-for-all I enabled it in "Modules > Configure > ProcessPageList" and the "editor" user has "page-delete" permission. But I can't see anything like "Trash" in the page lister? What am I missing? Thank you.
  3. Don't hold your breath! It's always "work in progress". I have no idea when It will reach the next "stable" point. I'm swiss and I move within the city of lucerne.
  4. Yes I know, but afaik, this has not much in common with the way bootstrap works, so I don't think my "Gridbuilder" is a good starting point for implementing this. I don't know if it will ever be a single module. I'd call it a "setup" because it consists of several modules, plus a basic bootstrap setup using webpack (for front and backend) plus several templates etc. Release date? Not sure, I'm moving soon, so I have a lot to do..
  5. Thank you. I've changed that completely. Now, only a placeholder icon is moved around, not the bootstrap column (which had strange visual effects). Like this, you can also move columns in or out of containers. See new video here: http://theowp.bplaced.net/upload/novtest.html Not sure if possible without a complete rewrite. This is very bootstrap-centric. I know that everyone wants a different CSS framework, but bootstrap is not just any product, it is "the most used open-source framework in the world." https://www.keycdn.com/blog/front-end-frameworks So I don't feel that bad, with my decision.
  6. theo

    See pictures. Same browser Chrome. Once 100% and once 125% zoom.
  7. theo

    I'm seeing this too with some fonts. It think it depends on actual font widths. Try to set some zoom (e.g 125%) in your Browser and you will probably see it too.
  8. theo

    Yes, Webp is impressive. This is my dinner from the day before yesterday. The JPEG (2394 x 1671 px) has 1.8 MiB, the Webp has 150.9 KiB wizardl.webp
  9. Very!!!! strange PHP (PHP 7.2.11 ) error which appears only when using Opera Browser (so far) (Opera Version:56.0.3051.52) No Problem on Firefox or Chromium. The message disappears, when I set "$config->debug = false;" I know this is probably not worth investigating, but I wonder if anybody has seen this before and if it may have to do with PW. Thank you. P.S.
  10. theo

    I'm sorry @bernhard. Didn't mean to hijack your thread. But comparisons already started in the first answer (npmtrends). I was just wondering why bootstrap was not included there. Ok, back to topic...
  11. theo

    No, it doesn't. But thanks anyway. Just wondering why nobody is talking about the "elephant in the room".
  12. theo

    Why is everybody here ignoring bootstrap? is it "too popuar" and thus not "cool" enough? https://www.npmtrends.com/bootstrap-vs-bulma-vs-foundation-vs-uikit
  13. Which PHP version? No problems here so far with PHP 7.2.11
  14. theo

    Apparently he is feeling better. https://github.com/processwire/processwire-issues/issues/716
  15. Imo language and country are different things. In Switzerland we have four official languages. Use the Browser's HTTP Accept-Language, if you want a language preset. Geolocation may be the right thing for country specific products or terms of conditions.