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  1. Sometimes I had to reset/ delete parent_id in settings of a PageTable field to force items be placed as children of the page being edited. I did this always by manipulating the database. Other way is to delete the field and create a new one. Both ways are not very comfortable. Is there a better way? Am I missing something? Would be nice to have this option from the field settings.
  2. Where can I find a list of all field types? I've been to http://modules.processwire.com/categories/fieldtype/ and http://modules.processwire.com/categories/inputfield/. But while they list a number of field types they don't seem to list the basics, e.g., InputfieldText, InputfieldHidden, InputfieldSubmit. I am seeing these in the context of $field = wire('modules')->get('InputfieldText'). If someone can just point me at documentation for constructing fields in this way it would be great. In particular I'm looking for a list of the field types and what classes get attached to the items (or how classes are attached to them).
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