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  1. Just a wild guess, but did you also try it with a different PHP version? Newer or older main PHP version?
  2. Perhaps it's not that it "does not get assigned" at all, but rather that it isn't assigned when your code expects it to be, because it hasn't been assigned yet?
  3. Hello Ivan, What do you mean by that? See: https://nativephp.com/docs/1/digging-deeper/databases
  4. https://nativephp.com/docs/1/getting-started/introduction "NativePHP is not a GUI framework. We don't want to tell you how to build your app. You can choose whatever UI toolset makes you and your team feel most productive." "#What's in the box? NativePHP comes with a bunch of useful features out of the box, including: Window management Menu management File management Database support (SQLite) Native notifications" What can I build with NativePHP? Honestly, anything you want. The only limit is your imagination. Now for building Windows apps too: https://github.com/orgs/NativePHP/discussions/278
  5. I would put it over here, on its on page: https://processwire.com/docs/start/install/ I put it on my todo list but I cannot promise anything as I hardly have free time these days.
  6. It would be nice to have a documentation page that lists all possible causes and fixes for this general error message. The forum is littered with requests for help regarding this issue, but I think in development mode there could be a link to a ProcessWire documentation page that actually helps to resolve it. There isn't an infinite number of things that can go wrong, and I think it would be possible to list them all, or at least almost all.
  7. I developed my first websites using SilverStripe. I did like it, but if a site was complex, upgrading to a new main version was not straightforward at all, and one had to thoroughly test everything to make sure all was good. I am glad I found ProcessWire afterward.
  8. If anyone sticks to using a version of PHP that old, I think they should also be okay with not upgrading modules.
  9. https://weekly.pw/polls/ Which PHP version are you hosting your ProcessWire sites on? (December 2020) PHP 5.6 or anything older than that (3.1%, 4)
  10. @netcarver Thanks! How about also adding robots.txt with User-agent: * Disallow: / plus <meta name="robots" content="noindex"> to head?
  11. Bad news for all of us: https://github.com/tinymce/tinymce/discussions/9496 "....we have decided to release TinyMCE 7 under the GNU General Public License Version 2 or later, abbreviated as GPLv2+..." To see why this is pretty bad news, read: https://github.com/BookStackApp/BookStack/issues/4908 BTW, I am a happy admin user of BookStack which is highly recommended! Now BookStack and ProcessWire share the pain of TinyMCE moving away from MIT :(
  12. Cross reference: https://github.com/processwire/processwire-issues/issues/1882
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