Wednesday 29 June 2011 6:06:06 pm
Since this extension includes yui_menu.css, it disables the quickfix made for the create menu in this commit:
Any chances to fix it?
Wednesday 29 June 2011 8:36:04 pm
Thanks for the report. (We definitively need of the bug tracker per project!)
I know admin2++ has some issues with the latest eZ Publish versions... I'm currently in a general movement to update my extensions to make them fully compatible with the latest eZ Publish versions. I released eZ Class Lists 1.2 some weeks ago, I'm working hard on autostatus (I hope to release it before the next week) and admin2pp is the next one on my TODO list...
In the mean time, you can also apply to be member of the project and fix it yourself (I think it's just a matter of synchronizing the CSS in admin2++ with the default one).
Monday 18 July 2011 2:36:12 pm
this is more or less the case of a lot of files in the extension (override with some minor changes) because I started this extension before being an eZ Systems employee and before the ability to easily provide contributions to eZ via github.
Btw, some of the changes made in earlier version of admin2pp had been reintegrated in eZ and like the icons-sprite.png use in this style sheet.
Thursday 08 September 2011 11:35:43 am
When this extension is enabled and you go to the admin interface without being logged in (the user/login page is presented), a lot of unneeded .js files are loaded.
Among them also the .js files for OE are loaded and one of them causes a "Request-URI too large" error response. On some servers this triggers security mechanisms that block access from the user's computer.
This issue is also described here:
Thursday 08 September 2011 5:05:44 pm
<i>When this extension is enabled and you go to the admin interface without being logged in (the user/login page is presented), a lot of unneeded .js files are loaded.</i>
this is done on purpose. The idea is to asynchronously fill the browser's cache while the user is filling the login form (or trying to remember his password ) to speed up the admin interface page loadings.
<i>Among them also the .js files for OE are loaded and one of them causes a "Request-URI too large" error response. On some servers this triggers security mechanisms that block access from the user's computer.</i>
Tuesday 13 September 2011 11:35:44 am
Monday 23 August 2010 5:11:01 pm
The code is in svn aka subversion. If you a have a svn client you can checkout the code and then export it to get it without the svn files in it. Some clients let you export directly as well.
If your on windows, try TortoiseSVN: