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  1. Hello, our customer doesn't like the fact that they have to first add a title and then add the other info in the form. Therefore, we've enabled the way to skip this by making a temporary file before saving. But the problem is that by using module schedulepages in this piece of code in the module: if (!$page->isNew() && $page->publishable() && $page->isChanged('status') && $page->is(Page::statusUnpublished) && $page->publish_from) { $this->session->error($this->_("“Publish From Date” field was cleared to prevent the page from being unintentionally re-published on the next Lazy Cron run.")); $page->publish_from = null; $page->save('publish_from'); } it fires even with the temporary file and therefore after first save it resets the publish_from field. Is there a way to check if template is temporary, or something along those lines? One solution is just to ask the customer to first save the form after adding a title, but I don't see that as a good solution.
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