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Hi All, perhaps I'm missing something obvious, but I've been working with the Fieldset a while now (and loving the combination with repeater-fields ), but yesterday I stumbled upon the following; When creating a fieldset, ProcessWire automatically generates and _END field as well, right? As I wanted to have to fieldsets in tabs, but with similar content, I decided to clone the fieldset. Doing so DID create a new fieldset, but NOT an additional fieldset_END for this fieldset. Additionally , it looks like the cloned fieldset is also linked to the previously created fieldset_END of the initially created one. Practical example (my steps in this case): Make fieldset four_columns ProcessWire generates four_columns_END Clone four_columns fieldset, as three_columns (currently) DONE! Leaves me with four_columns, four_columns_END and three_columns (but no three_columns_END) Is there another way I should go about doing this? Or am I missing some setting? Or is this something in ProcessWire? Looking forward to see reactions! Cheers all!
I have created custom tabs on some templates using FiledsetOpen/FieldsetClose fields. Is it possible to hide the dropdown by default as currently they open when you edit a page?
I’m working on my first ProcessWire project and so far I’m really glad that I found this CMS But I discovered that nesting a Fieldset into a FieldsetTab doesn’t work. I tested it with and without the custom admin theme – with the same result. That’s how part of the fields I use in the template look like: There’s a new tab “seo_tab” which contains the fieldset “seo_serp” and a few fields before and after this fieldset. But the result doesn’t look like intended: The fieldset “seo_serp” doesn’t end where it should end. Instead it also covers all the following fields. Any mistake I made? Or is this a bug?