I think a line break or some sort of divider under neath that links to separate it form the tags would be nice looking as well.
Please don't forget to run the migrate command!
composer update davwheat/custom-sidenav-links
php flarum migrate
php flarum cache:clear
You can start a blog discussion using the regular composer like @Juba007 said by selecting the blog assigned tags, the only thing is you won't be able to configure the blog specific settings like image and summary until after it's posted. You might be able to hack it by using an extension to place a link on the side nav to the full blog composer page and use CSS to make it look like a regular button. I don't know how you would handle the position to make it appear directly under that button though, maybe it can be done through some CSS wizardry... or maybe there is an option to place it up there (see davwheat , I don't know if above the main group is specifically an option or only above/below tags like in the screenshot).
Just installed this and when I go to add a link all the text looks like this:
I tried clearing flarum cache but it didn't fix it...
MikeJones disable the English language extension then enable it again.
[deleted] Just tried it and it didn't work.
MikeJones did you clear the cache after enabling again ?
[deleted] I did not, but just cleared it now and still no dice.
That's very odd. Normally that gets fixed by clearing cache.
Try composer remove-ing the ext, clear cache, the re-require it, then clear cache again?
davwheat still no dice, here is what I did:
Try composer clearcache and then remove and re-require it again to make sure you're 100% on 0.2.0.
If there's still issues, then I have no clue why as it works fine for me.
davwheat got an odd error while attempting to remove this time:
ubuntu:/var/www/seekadventure.net$ sudo composer remove davwheat/custom-sidenav-links
Do not run Composer as root/super user! See https://getcomposer.org/root for details
Continue as root/super user [yes]? yes
./composer.json has been updated
Running composer update davwheat/custom-sidenav-links
Loading composer repositories with package information
The "https://extiverse.com/satis/packages.json" file could not be downloaded (HTTP/2 400 )
remove [--dev] [--dry-run] [--no-progress] [--no-update] [--no-install] [--no-scripts] [--update-no-dev] [-w|--update-with-dependencies] [-W|--update-with-all-dependencies] [--with-all-dependencies] [--no-update-with-dependencies] [--unused] [--ignore-platform-req IGNORE-PLATFORM-REQ] [--ignore-platform-reqs] [-o|--optimize-autoloader] [-a|--classmap-authoritative] [--apcu-autoloader] [--apcu-autoloader-prefix APCU-AUTOLOADER-PREFIX] [--] <packages> (<packages>)...
That looks unrelated to this. I haven't used Extiverse personally so I don't know about the set-up details.
davwheat hmmm odly enough the extension did not uninstall.... Will try again later
@davwheat well @luceos helped me with my error and I was able to remove your extension.... but after adding it again I was un-able fix the language error....
MikeJones very odd. I've installed the update and it seems to work fine for me without the language issue you're experiencing. Anything of use in the logs ?
[deleted] I will take a look. Probably the Flarum logs right? Not my nginx logs?
MikeJones yes, sorry.
[deleted] I get a couple undefined property errors:
Have you tried disabling and re-enabling the English language pack again? I know you did it earlier, too.
run this php flarum cache:clear or clear your cache from your admin dashboard.
php flarum cache:clear