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Image_Gallery - Renaming Tabs


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codepattern

Community Member, 11 Posts

19 September 2010 at 1:05pm

My first post - hooray!! This forum community has helped me over the years, but this one has got me beat.

I am trying to rename the tabs in the Image Gallery module without changing the core code. I have tried of few different methods, the last being: $fields->fieldByName('Root.Content.Albums')->setTitle('Potfolio'). Is it possible to rename the tabs?

Thanks in advance

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UncleCheese

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20 September 2010 at 2:33am

You're doing this in a subclass?

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codepattern

Community Member, 11 Posts

20 September 2010 at 4:43am

Thanks for the reply ...

Yes, I believe so. I subclassed ImageGalleryPage as shown below to add several new fields to the Album class.

class ClientImageGalleryPage extends ImageGalleryPage {

protected $albumClass = "ClientImageGalleryAlbum";
}

then tried to override a few variables either do a

public function getCMSFields($cms) {

$albums = _t('ImageGalleryPage.ALBUMS','Portfolios');

$f = parent::getCMSFields($cms);
$f->addFieldToTab("Root.Content.$configuration", new HeaderField($title = _t('ImageGalleryPage.ALBUMCOVERIMAGES','Portforlio cover images'), $headingLevel = "6"));

and a few ..
$manager->setAddTitle(_t('ImageGalleryPage.ALBUM','an Portfolio'));
$manager->setSingleTitle(_t('ImageGalleryPage.ALBUM','Portfolio'));
...

or

...

public function getCMSFields($cms) {

$f = parent::getCMSFields($cms);
$f->fieldByName('Root.Content.Albums')->setTitle('Potfolio').

...

That did not work either. Is there's a better way?

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codepattern

Community Member, 11 Posts

21 September 2010 at 1:53am

Is "dataobjectdecorator" the right way to this?