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I love this package because it's so simple yet effective. However, there should probably be another version for Umbraco 7 since the link to the backoffice has changed.
The anchor tag in /MacroScripts/uEditThis.cshtml needs to be updated. Below is what worked for me:
<a class="uEditThisButton" title="@linkTitle" target="_blank" href="/umbraco#/content/content/edit/@Model.Id">
I don´t think that the uEditThis package is compatible with Umbraco 7. It´s from 2013, and the Umbraco version 7.1.0 was released on Thursday, April 3, 2014.
For an alternative, I think that you should have a look at the package called frontend editing created by Kenn Jacobsen.
Hope this helps,
I can confirm that uEditThis works just fine on Umbraco 7.2.4 after the one tweak I mentioned. Since the package is just a macroscript with some markup and css, it is super customizable.
I saw the Frontend Editing package and thought it looked pretty impressive, but there's a lot more going on with that package when compared to uEditThis. In this case, I decided to go with the simpler option.
How did you get it working?
I'm struggling to figure out how to amend it to get the current user as the version that did work in v7 is not now I've upgraded.
Okay then I have misunderstood / read your first post, sorry for that and great that you got it working on Umbraco 7.2.4.
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