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  1. https://processwire.com/talk/profile/2312-richard-jedlička/
  2. Under 4 hours 27 mins 52 secs? Protecting data is very expensive for sure. It's just that lawmakers don't give a damn about that because it's not they who need to pay the price. Anyway, thank you for advancing Duplicator!
  3. BTW, on the frontend I use this https://github.com/brick/money which works well. It is a bit verbose to do math like that, but worth the hassle.
  4. Use decimal, already in the core, see (FieldtypeDecimal uses InputfieldFloat): https://github.com/processwire/processwire-requests/issues/126 https://weekly.pw/issue/367/ "Float and integer fields are now considered compatible with the newly added decimal field, making it possible to convert these from one type to another." If you feel like applying custom formatting in the admin, see :
  5. Chatsonic examples: How to create a page with the API of ProcessWire? How to return an array in ProcessWire?
  6. Sounds great for sure! Thank you in advance.
  7. First of all, thanks for your work on this! You mean all four repos? I starred them all. Another question: maybe I'm blind a bit, but I cannot find any search function on the site. We can always use Google, like https://www.google.hu/search?q=hook+site%3Aprocesswire.recipes but Google might not be always up-to-date for a while, I guess.
  8. In this case, apparently they do not redirected to anywhere but we get a "No Template specified" exception. Yes, they do get lost, so there is no template to edit, hence the exception.
  9. The issue is here: https://github.com/uiii/AdminHelperLinks/blob/023a5bc75028713ebcfea1212132cbe00867a024/AdminHelperLinks.js#L134 There is no need for the extra forward slash before '/setup....: ProcessWire.config.urls.admin + '/setup/template/edit?id=' For some reason it no longer works in newer PW versions but it is not needed anyway.
  10. You always get normal delayed output out of the box, even if $config->useMarkupRegions is set to true by default. Markup Regions is never enforced, and even though it is turned on by default it just sits there to be used. If you do not need it, you can disable it for performance reasons, of course.
  11. Also, anyone in need for a fix for this, please give a thumbs-up at the GitHub issue so that Ryan can see how "popular" (or rather: unpopular) this issue is.
  12. I also wanted to do this and was surprised that this is not possible so I had to code around this.
  13. It looks to me that the post above was generated by ChatGPT. It begins with "In ProcessWire,..." and ends in "Keep in mind that...". I doubt that copy/pasting ChatGPT results is a good way of discussion.
  14. Maybe it's a limitation and not a bug. ProcessUser is for the admin where PW lets the current user with correct permissions edit users. However, on the frontend, users get "more protection".
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