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  1. @ryan Does ist still make sense to have such a restrictive function for filenames?
  2. I prefer to load jquery-migrate for editors after jquery: if ($page->editable()) { echo '<script src="/path-to-js/jquery-migrate-3.3.2.min.js?NoMinify" defer></script>'; } This way you have at least the full functionality of the current jquery version for the editors, too. The same problem is dicussed here.
  3. Not really a solution, but you can instead load jquery-migrate for editors after jquery: if ($page->editable()) { echo '<script src="/path-to-js/jquery-migrate-3.3.2.min.js?NoMinify" defer></script>'; } This way you have at least the full functionality of the current jquery version for the editors, too. The same problem is discussed here.
  4. For those who are searching - there is a hook now: https://github.com/processwire/processwire-requests/issues/226
  5. For those who are searching: The mentioned request was completed (https://github.com/processwire/processwire-requests/issues/226) and there is a hook now.
  6. Google allows to restrict API keys, but you can only restrict to URLs (useful for showing maps) or IP-addresses (useful for geocoding with PHP). I tested the inputfield using API keys with one of the restrictions each and one with no restrictions. The (expected) result: key restricted only to URL: Map in the inputfield works, geocoding with hitting enter (not clicking outside the field before) works key restricted to IP: Map does not work, but server-side geocoding (with PHP on save) works key with no restrictions (not recommended!): everything works So I think, there should be two fields for the configuration in the module: one for a server-side key and one for a frontend key (also used fro the inputfiled map). Or do I get something wrong? Something else I noticed: In InputfieldMapMarker.module on line 79 and in MarkupGoogleMap.module on line 161 I think the domain should be googleapis.com instead of google.com
  7. Thanks for the info! Really searched quite a bit but did not find it. Having a look in corresponding the weekly update seems to be a good idea 😬
  8. I get this error after an update from a two weeks old 3.0.165 install to 3.0.172 for the LazyCron module: Configurable module check failed for LazyCron. Many (!!) times of Modules > Refresh did not change anything. Same with deinstalling and installing again. Any ideas what could be the reason or how to get rid of this error? Is there anything to worry about?
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