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  1. Hey guys, I was doing some file renaming and stumbled upon the following problem: rename() renames only the physical file itself but in the Admin backend it still shows up under its old name. Can anyone point out for me what I am doing wrong, please?
  2. On the site for a game development collective I'm part of, I've been trying to add the ability for our developers to attach game builds from Unity (a 3D game engine and development environment) to blog posts. Unity cranks out an HTML file with everything ready to go for static hosting, so I've simply added a file field in the blog post template that accepts the four files Unity exports, one of which is jquery.min.js. Obviously, this is highly redundant, having the content author upload another copy of jQuery with each build, but it's actually a more streamlined workflow than the alternative of building a standard Unity player template, which would then require the author to create an additional page in ProcessWire each time to attach the Unity file. So I've gone with this redundant but easy approach. However, I've run into a technical snag: Even after explicitly allowing "min.js" files for the field, the file uploader always renames the jQuery file to "jquery_min.js", which is then not found by the HTML file looking for the original name. Is there a way to disable this behavior?
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