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I'm using PHPdocumentor to generate documentation of my modules, but it fails to scan the .module files. Is there another way of making processwire see a module other than giving it a .module extension?
I'd like to rename my module file to .php but then processwire no longer sees my module.
I've been investigating a problem that exists with people running not-the-latest Android tablets or phones. I am running PW 3.0.32, ProCache and Let's Encrypt SSL. Regardless of having nginx or apache web server the same problem exists. User clicks on a pdf link from my site, all they will get is blank screen. Nothing happens. No entries are found in either access or error logs or PW logs.
This problem exists with Android stock browser and Chrome on Android version 4.4.2, but not with (latest version of) Opera on the same device. Maybe needless to say, but I cannot reproduce the error with iOS or OSX versions of the common browsers.
Maybe this is has nothing to do with PW, but I was not able to find any applicable sources for investigating the issue.
So any help or pointers would be appreciated. Thank you in advance :).
By Yannick Albert
Over the last weeks, I had some critical thoughts about processwires ui/ux feeling (relative sizing, overflow-x, hover-states, word-wrap:break-word) but also its stability.
Last night I had the time to setup some new things. Good point for me to fiddle a bit around, with issues I've seen over the last months...
A lot of bugs, I've noticed earlier, are gone...
@allcontributors I ♥ you!
However, someone left over some bugs, for me ;-)
I just ended up with an ugly and unstructured markdown file. No issues or pull-requests via git. The biggest reason, most things are between "bug" and "enhancement" or are just too platform specific. I think, it's better to talk about those stumbling blocks first.
Ok, enough for now.
As I said, it's markdown, to see the compiled thing, take this: https://gist.github.com/yckart/62b7b2ed9d0e3845cc4b