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    • Penny Leach's avatar
      More work on profile views and three new blocktypes... · 8465aa3f
      Penny Leach authored
      More work on profile views and three new blocktypes (myfriends/mygroups/myviews) to emulate current profile page TODO: - write wall blocktype - change install default profile view hook to add blocks - upgrade path (xmldb & migration) - blocktype and category and singleblockperview implementation
      
          - TESTING
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    • Nigel McNie's avatar
      Two bugfixes, one small, one large. · 341ae1f7
      Nigel McNie authored
      The page was being first hit using the 'id' parameter, pieforms was building the form based on this. But the hidden element in the form was called 'viewid'. When the page was being hit again after form submission, the form was built again assuming 'viewid' held the view ID, which it did not anymore. Thus the form was built with and ID of 0, and the submit handler behaved appropriately - by creating a new view.
      
      The small bug was that the 'save' button said 'new' when you were saving an existing view.
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    • Penny Leach's avatar
      complete rework of page level contextual help. Introduces three new · e974c6ce
      Penny Leach authored
      constants - SECTION_PLUGINTYPE, SECTION_PLUGINNAME, SECTION_PAGE -
      which are used to build up the page help thing instead of trying to parse
      the url.  I have only added these constants to pages that had page help,
      it would be a good idea to add checks for them to file_content_check
      and definitely add them in when they're missing
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