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Martin1

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  1. Here I was referring here to the Stripe package for Form Builder, but I searched a bit more and he also made another solution with the GoogleClientAPI: https://github.com/ryancramerdesign/GoogleClientAPI/blob/master/GoogleClientConfig.php @markus_blue_tomato if there was a way like this to install the dependency from the module's config screen, would you accept a pull request for this?
  2. Hey I've made a pull request for ratio issues. 🙂 For composer I've seen your post regarding this, personally I'm not a big fan of the solution. Having this 2 separated ways to install a module makes it so that if you require dependencies, an installation from modules.processwire.com would fail, a zipped upload would fail, and an exported site profile with this module would also fail (And it's a no-brainer to include this module for a basic install). Personally, I would include the dependency directly (even Ryan does this), at least until there's a better solution for this problem.
  3. Ok I get it. The Page Reference field as a selected "Parent" to allow an easy Page List selection option, this is what affect the search here. If I remove the selected parent, only keep the template and use the AsmSelect instead, then it doesn't affect the search. It's a little less convenient to select in the admin, but I can deal with it.
  4. Hi! I have a "company" template with a Page Reference field "sectors" which is linked to a tree of nested pages which all have a "sector" template. It is possible to link to any nested "sector" and, after selecting pages in the admin, the PageArray field doesn't seem to have knowledge of the hierarchy for the selected pages. However, when I search companies using a subfield search ex: $pages->find("template=company, sectors.title*=$search"); I'm only getting results of companies when I search the title of any root sectors, and I'm not getting any results when I search the title for any of the nested sectors. It seems that the PageArray field is just looking for the top sectors even though nested sectors are also selected, they all share the same "sector" template and the Page Reference field shouldn't have knowledge about the hierarchy. Is there something I'm misunderstanding? Thank you
  5. Hi, I've come across this problem or a similar one. For me it was because I've added the "page-publish" permission. To allow a user to edit a page, the "page-publish" had to also be checked. However I am using ProDrafts and didn't want to allow this. Finally saw that @ryan published a dev version of ProDrafts about a week ago and installing it completely solved the issue.
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