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  1. Hello guys, I have an issue that might be solved with the Lister module or ListerPro. I don't want to order the paid module if it's not necessary. That's why I wanted to ask first. I have multiple images that my client wants to be able to go through and categorise them. The structure in a lister looks like this: The "Category Reference" is related to a few categories that are in multiple groups: I would like to have those options show up in the Lister and be able to quickly select them. This is how the categories look like in the Image page itself: Is there a way to do it with the built in PW modules? I just want to have the table-like view in the lister and in the "Category references" to have my three options "Cloth, China, Surgical". Thanks!
  2. Hi I am pretty new to processwire and it is really growing on me, even though I am not a programmer. One of the things I really appreciate is the freedom and simplicity of the administration structure. However, I think there are a couple of things that could help navigation, and one of those is categorization of templates and fields. This is not intended to be categories for the layout of the site or categorization of data, but simply an optional way of keeping things sorted in the backend if the site gets a bit on the large size. In affect, it would just add another way of sorting fields and templates. For instance, you may want to group fields together that are associated with a repeater, or you may want to group fields together that you tend to use as all-purpose fields like "title" and "image" Anything you wanted really. For many sites, this might be a little bit of overkill, but if a site has a huge number of fields or templates, then this could be useful. Not a major request, just a "nice to have" sort of thing. Joss
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