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collapsedNoLocked field not showing Hi all, ☺️ I'm a 21 years old ??, danish ??, hobby-designer-and-web-stuff-maker and very excited and eager processwire beginner, or "noob" ? if you wish. So far I've been fascinated by the very satisfyingly simple and yet powerfull magic ✨ of PW (once you get the hang of it) and the awesome feeling of the strong PW community ??☀️❤️! The huge work done by @ryan and all of the other amazing PW people is just so inspiring! I actually really have a hard time understanding why Processwire isn't the most used CMS in the world... or at least just a way more commonly known one! But now I've encountered a small bump on the road and I'd lovingly appreciate if one of you lovely PW forum members could maybe help me out! ❓Problem: So I have a problem with the collapsed-constant: https://processwire.com/api/ref/inputfield/#pwapi-methods-collapsed-constants - It's not showing my field when I apply it. (I've funnily enough found this old git pull from 2014 which documents the "Locked" state being added as a field -> input -> visibility option: https://github.com/ryancramerdesign/ProcessWire/pull/457 – it also shows the relevant code implementations to the core) ? What I wish to do: is to ? display some data from a ? module (InstagramBasicDisplayApi) in the ⌨️ page editor when editing a page ("About me") using the template (About.php) - So the only possible way to do that as far as for what I've been able to come up with with my restricted PW (end eh.. php) –knowledge was to add a custom field type to the (About.php) template... I've set up a custom field using https://modules.processwire.com/modules/mystique/ : site/modules/configs/Mystique.php: <?php namespace ProcessWire; $modules = wire("modules"); $instagram = $modules->get("InstagramBasicDisplayApi"); $data = array('username'=>''); $account = $instagram->getUserAccount($data["username"]); $username = isset($account["username"]) ? $account["username"] : ""; $at_instausername = "@" . $username; /** * Resource : Instagram account */ return [ 'title' => __('Instagram account'), 'fields' => [ 'window_title' => [ 'label' => __(' '), 'type' => Mystique::TEXT, // or InputfieldText 'useLanguages' => true, 'collapsed' => '0', 'placeholder' => __($at_instausername), ] ] ]; - Basically: I'm getting the instagram-username, pulling it from the module "InstagramBasicDisplayApi", And then I'm using it as the 'placeholder' value for the field, resulting in this: - Which is actually what I want... almost... – The thing is, I would like it to be locked, so that it's not possible to overwrite the 'placeholder' value, but so that the inputfield actually does not take any input but just informatively displays the data... so what I do is that I just change 'collapsed' to '7' = 'collapsedNoLocked': 'collapsed' => '7', , right, and that would be it? But unfortunately no... When I do I get this: - I can't figure out why? I'd supposed that the 'placeholder' value would just show, but non-editable? A "workaround" is to just set it to back to 0, then manually type in "@sasha_lindegaard" and then press save, and then set it to 7, and I have what I want: - But that's not really what I wish, as it displays the data (the instagram username) statically (from what I've typed into the field and have saved) and not dynamically (from the instagram module database) as wished for... – also, it's still collapsable? Why so?... ? Any ideas for how I might get my "INSTAGRAM" field to display the username from the instagram module's database dynamically, not as editable placeholder text in a editable/open input field but just as non-editable/locked text? I hope that I've made my problem clear enough but if I've failed to provide enough info please don't hesitate to request for more! ? Thanks a thousand times in advance! All the best, Jonatan R.