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Hi guys! I really love this package. Are you planning a port to Umbraco V8? I wouldn't mind helping, but wanted to check in about whether you already have something in the works.
Yes; it's on a list of things... This enquiry will bump it up the list!
First issue I encountered was having a rich text editor as a property editor pre-value...
I'd kind of fudged it in V7 using umbEditor directive...looks like that has all been updated in V8...
So yes if we can sort that out the rest should be pretty much the same .. (the opening of the pane option will probably be different too... But can see is documented)
Great news! Let me know if I can assist at all... (Not that I have ever made a custom property editor... )
Be great if you could test this:
and let me know if it works ok in V8 for you.
Sorry it took so long for my response, Marc, but I was finally able to install into a v. 8.1 site today.
I had no problems setting up the datatypes - worked very smoothly.
In the Content node, I think the display could use a bit of padding:
(this is using the "alert alert-info" class)
Adding a .5em to the sides of the header and body panels would be sufficient:
<div ng-show="noteRenderMode=='Collapsible'" class="umb-panel-header-name expanded" ng-class="isCollapsed ? 'collapsed' : 'expanded'" style=" padding: 0 .5em;">
<div ng-bind-html="editorNotes | safe_html" style="padding: 0 .5em;">...</div>
What do you think?
Thanks for taking the time to test, much appreciated!
It has gone a bit weird form your screenshot!
I've tried to recreate on a fresh 8.1 (all 8.1s are fresh!!) and I do have padding being picked up on the alert class!
I haven't really made any attempt to style the output of the note! as I'm lazy, but in theory there is an editornotes.css file in the app_plugins folder that could be used - or just any additional stylesheet added by a package.manifest file could apply some style rules...
... but what i cottoned onto was the core uses or used to use the 'bootstrap' classes for alerts, so if people used them it would automatically pick up the backoffice styling for the relevant umbraco version and sort of look ok...
in your screenshot though I noticed the collapsible heading 'hello' text is black, and of course you don't have the padding - but both of these styles come from the 'alert' class... so I wonder if there is a typo? in your configuration for the Note CSS class ? or whether that's the bit that's not working correctly...
so if you have a moment to double double check, that it matches: alert alert-info that would be ace to know.
Marc, #H5YR / #H5IS :-)
Yes, it was missing the "alert" class!
Sorry for making you investigate that.
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