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  1. I think there should be an easy way for developers to offer commercial modules like Ryan's pro modules. More extensive, userfriendly and generally more professional modules will become available Commercial modules will be attractive for bigger projects in terms of support / reliability ... What is the communities but especially Ryan's opinion onto this subject? Are there any paid modules other than Ryan's pro modules available at this time? Another option could be donations or maybe licensing for commercial usage only ... Please don't get me wrong. I know that contributing is important ... This question is about real big and time consuming ideas that you would not implement without a way to monetize. Looking forward to your opinions
  2. Hello Processwire, First of all thank you for a wonderful CMS. This would be my first question to the Processwire community as I started with it. I am trying to create module which can keep site logo as a configurable input field. I use following code to create InputFieldImage and still no luck. public static function getModuleConfigInputfields(array $data) { $field = wire('modules')->get('InputfieldImage'); $field->name = 'siteLogo'; $field->label = "Site Logo"; $field->maxFiles = 1; if(isset($data['siteLogo'])) $field->value = $data['siteLogo']; $inputfields->add($field); return $inputfields; } Any advise will be greatly appreciated. Thanks again.
  3. Hi there, I worked on making apeisas great Thumbnail module translateable (I need a German translation of the UI), but can't really get it to work. I hope that someone here can give me a pointer in the right direction on this. This is what I did: 1. Installed the LanguageSupport module via ModuleManager. 2. Added the German language pack to the Default language. => Everything worked great until now, the backend is mostly translated. 3. Since a lot of strings in Thumbnail weren't translateable, I went through the code and added $this->_() and __() where needed (referring to how it is done with core modules). You can find this version here: This is the commit adding translatable function: 4. Using the Language Translator in the backend, I added translation files for each of the three module files of Thumbnail to my default language. I uploaded all three translation files I created (not the best translations at this point, to be honest) here: 5. All of the things I translated aren't translated in the backend, I'm still displayed plain English. Any idea what I might have done wrong here? I really don't get it, because these steps worked perfectly for me until now. Any help is much appreciated. With kind regards, Marc