tried that, didn't work
> 2020-01-23 76f1abc Changed revert button title when revert is possible. (bergice) I'm quite sure that author of this fix is somebody else...
any idea why
i18n Textcollector Task doesn't create
lang in theme?
That's an annoying bug in SS4. It just grabs in "modules", not in themes. I once had a look at it, but I didn't find an easy solution.
try putting _config.php in themes root folder... "themes/_config.php"
it should trick SS to thing it's "module" folder
or maybe even in themes/your-theme/_config.php
add file, flush and report 🙂
I know I had problems while working on new i18n editor 🙂
langfolder... only in
so the first one (themes/_config.php) is the solution
not if you have more than one theme
in ss3 you had to call translator task like: i18nTextCollectorTask?module=themes/theme1 i18nTextCollectorTask?module=themes/theme2
you can check list of SS modules in your project with
but I think you'll get only "themes" folder in ss4
> i18nTextCollectorTask?module=themes/theme1 also did nothing
but there's a workaround > 1. make a branch > 2. remove all but one theme > 3. put _config.php in themes folder > 4. flush and run text collector > 5. extract lang file > 6. ditch branch > 7. manually copy lang file to theme > 8. repeat while you have themes left
...which is... ridiculous
haha..yes that won't work 😄
$this->owner->FeaturedItems()->filter(['Hide' => false])
afaik, once you get
$this->owner->FeaturedItems() you get the
DataList with items of type
FeaturedItem, which means you should filter them pretty much just like you did
is there a way of publishing
File after upload from frontend, other that through
if you try to utilize yaml file over php implementation, yoi're going to have bad time, sooner or later. Especialy if fluent and versioned come into the picture
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