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  1. So... I thought (for some stupid reason I can't even recall now no wait now I remember.. I wanted to hide the "Trash" for "editor" role users) that it'd be super duper smart to "Enable access control" for the field "process" on the admin template.... Really really stupid.... Now all I get is: – when I go to mywebsitedomain.com/admin but.... my website domain.com and all its subpages works perfectly fine! So it's ONLY the /admin (processwire) which throws a 503 at me. 🥵🤯☠️💩😭😱 S.O.S.
  2. Is there any way to manipulate the form created by ProcessField's not hookable method buildEditForm? It's used by the hookable executeEdit method. But by adding a hook after executeEdit, I just can access the rendered HTML code executeEdit returns. Changing the markup is definitely not the way to go here. Adding a hook before is also useless, as the buildEditForm is called after the hook would have been executed. The only idea I got is to set the form property through a hook before, as it would be used by executeEdit if it already is set. public function ___executeEdit() { if(is_null($this->form)) $this->buildEditForm(); ... But as I can't access the protected buildEditForm method from outside the class, it seems there is just the way to copy buildEditForm completely, change it and use it to set ProcessField's form property before executeEdit instead of just accessing the form to perform minor changes or additions. Anyone a better idea? Or would it make sense to make the form generation more accessible for hooks?
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