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20 October 2008 at 3:17pm
Digging into the code of the module, I just realized that the upload field used for an image is a FileField were is added a "special" preview if the file is an image. (at first it looks like a SimpleImageField ...)
I think it would be interresting to use for image the ImageField as you would be abble to add images that are already in the assets.
what do you think?
20 October 2008 at 7:48pm
The idea of the HasManyFileManager clearly was to attach Files to a page. And to one page only. So there was no need to let the user choose from existing assets. Whenever a page is being deleted, the assets belonging to that page should be deleted as well...
It seems like there is a need for a solution, that allows attaching some sort of "Documents" to a Page instead of just "Files". Maybe i'll develop a more general and multi-purpose solution than it is now. I'd really like to get rid of that iframe too
4 November 2008 at 3:27am
Love the progress on this. Thanks again, Banal.
For those of you looking to manage only images, you might want to check out my extension to the Gallery module here:
Uses drag-and-drop sorting, bulk uploading, caption editing, deleting, all from the front end.
20 November 2008 at 12:06am
Hi, one question
I am trying to get HasManyFileManager to use files uploaded via FTP / SS file admin section
but obvisouly files added here don't create an entry in the file database (SiteTreeID and Grouping)
I was thinking of adding fileselector field, has anyone done that ?
25 November 2008 at 10:56am Last edited: 25 November 2008 11:04am
have you tested the filemanager with ss 2.3?
when after installing i try to create a new filepage, i get an jquery error. i attach a screenshot of how it looks like in firebug...
25 November 2008 at 12:37pm
it looks good. I wish that it will also allow you to add a link to a youtube, google video etc.. Which then you do not have to use the youtube option and create a separate page for the videos.
Just my 2 cents.
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