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  1. This sounds like a solution that would work. I still wonder whether it is the way to go as i creates a dependency elsewhere, thus a need for a proper documentation. And also because the impacted template is a system template... Anyway, thank you @Robin S.
  2. In a template i need to find all pages with a full name but the stored data is first name and surname. So from the doc it seams this module will not help (" you cannot directly query a Concat field from $pages->find(), for example."). As i don't know where to ask, i dare to ask here: is there a way to achieve the above by some PW magic, something like concatenation of fields $pages->find('concat("firstname surname")='.$fullname), where $fullname could be for example "Paul van Ripper" so guessing where the surname starts would inevitably lead to mistakes.
  3. Edit: OK, this was a bit hidden but actually related to what i believed it was not: in the module the setting was set to require the username, not the email. Thus the replacement from an ampersand to a dash. _______________________ Hi, When attempting to reset their passwords, the users receive the email with the reset-password link only sometimes. The logs show the email addresses supplied. Many of them appear to have the ampersand replaced by a dash. Somewhere above there is a question about cases where an ampersand is replaced by a dash but that part of the thread concern sign-up of a new user and so appears irrelevant to my problem. I was not lucky either by searching this site or elsewhere. Would any of you know why and how, or have an idea that would help?
  4. Hello, is it possible to have rich-text allowed in the form (including wysiwyg buttons) and output formatted by the comments module? Similarly as it in this form. I tried to look in the doc and the forum but either no one is interested, or i'm searching for wrong keywords... Thanks!
  5. Hi, I'm missing text formatting. To start with at least the most simplistic: new lines should be respected. The replies can't be edited. Or if so, then the link is very hidden 😉 Other than that: very useful!
  6. @David Karich , very useful, thanks! I mainly appreciate that there is no need to modify the template. Above you mention the ProCache module. Do I understand correctly that the counting will work correctly even with the standard PW template cache mechanism? One helpful feature would be the ability to display the page hits in the page tree only for given roles, that is using permissions. The reason behind is not secrecy but cleanliness, no clutter. Regards! ~loukote
  7. @Robin S This will help, thanks for the lesson!
  8. Perfect, thanks! Would you know whether there is a way to set the default order to other than by username?
  9. Hello @ffub, it looks like the field ORGANIZER required by the method PUBLISH (used by this module) is missing. More in the description of the protocol: https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc5546.html#section-3.2.1 One picky android app complains and a validator confirms...
  10. @Autofahrn , one interested user here 🙂
  11. Hi @pwFoo any plans for two-factor authentication so as in the back-end login using the TFA module?
  12. @Robin S, off course it works. Sorry – i did not include it among the textformatters. When rechecking why and re-reading the installation notes, I did not misunderstood the sentence "Add the Remove Blocks textformatter to one or more fields.", thinking that it refers to the use, the curly braces. Thanks for your help!
  13. @diogo, a late take on your HannaCode into one that returns a series of thumbnails, possibly limited from N to N+J, for the current or another page, in a <div> to be used with a lightbox of a kind (ready for MagnificPopup). Here is the code for reference: !HannaCode:gallery: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!HannaCode Thank you for the inspiration!
  14. @Robin S Hi Robin, could it be that this module (that i would really like to use!) does not work on multi-lingual installations?
  15. When the page is displayed directly via its own template, languages switch as expected, that is correct title and body are displayed. Only when accessing them through $pages->find( $selector ) the language switching somehow fails. So nothing to see with bd($page->title); On the other hand, Tracy (discovering: it's great!) shows the result of bd($items); (Somehow i do not see a better way to dump it here.) The URL is there but i still need to understand how to display the body and title. So far so good, the family is calling...
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