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Foto Vi
7 years ago
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When I select a Seblod article for a menu item as a single article,
it gives me an option to edit that article from within that page in the backend.

Problem:
Even if configurated in the Seblod options that an article is always to be edited with Seblod,
here the standard Joomla! article editor is presented.

Can I configure something to change this behaviour or is Seblod not able to handle it yet?

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7 years ago
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Hello! I tested it on my side like you described but don´t have this issue. Do you have the actual Version of Seblod 3.3.7. ? Which Joomla Version do you use? Is your "site form" tab of your content type filled with the fields?

Rgds

Elisa

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Foto Vi
7 years ago
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I am using the recent Joomla 3 and Seblod version.

The fields are there, it's the original Seblod article content type.

7 years ago
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Sorry, now i understand what you mean. Actually i haven´t seen this feature before in Joomla :-) I think it´s something to be added to the bug tracker, because the edit link is in fact leading to standard joomla content edit form.

7 years ago
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Hi Klas, that´s what i was thinking about as well. But he means something else. In the backend you have an edit button in the menu item next to the article you selected. It doesn´t work there.

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Kadministrator
7 years ago
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Thnx for details, please report this on the tracker.

7 years ago
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Added to the tracker :-)

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Kadministrator
7 years ago
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thnx

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Foto Vi
7 years ago
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In the article manager, clicking on an article language association link

opens the standard Joomla editor, too.

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perrineco
7 years ago
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Level 1

Hello

Do you know if this bug is solved? Is there a work around?

Thank you!

perrine

7 years ago
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It´s not solved yet. But... What do you need this function for? Before this bug was posted i actually didn´t knew about this function ;-) 

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perrineco
7 years ago
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Level 3

Hi

In fact I think I didn't understand your issue and thought it was the same than mine. I am in the process of updating joomla and forgot some files.

Sorry for the inconvenience

Perrine

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Kadministrator
7 years ago
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Here is workaround tutorial

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