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  1. Is there a certain reason, why there is no way to add a module reference field through the usual field creation process in backend? It doesen't appear in the list. I'm aware of the fact that it mostly stores process modules for backend. Nevertheless there are some cases when a module reference field is a nice thing to have in frontend pages. Lately I tried to create a Fieldtype extending FieldtypeModule, but the extension failed because of the order the modules are loaded depending on their status flags. So there is no way to make the module reference field accessable for field setup but by changing status flags manually or creating a copy of the fieldtype with a different status flag?
  2. Hi. First time caller, long time lurker... actually short time lurker too... So, I am digging this approach to content management... everything as an object. I can see the advantages right away, but I am not very smart, so... imma a fat dude running up hill. not pretty, and a little dangerous. So in the process of beefing up my knowledge I am putting together a blog, just to see what I would be up against. I have found most to be easy enough, but I am having trouble wrapping my head around the page field type and how to grab access to those fields... I have setup a page structure like so: Am I on the right tract here, or am I totally missing something that should be obvious to a less daft individual? In my blog_index template, how could I go about listing all the sections/categories and then make a list of all those pages that are in turn part of those section/categories? Any help, or the occasional, "idiot" remark would be greatly appreciated. Thanks! Cheers.
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