[pmwiki-users] Site.EditForm and UserAuth2 issues

Randy randy at brownragfilms.com
Sat Mar 15 14:46:20 CDT 2008

I haven't used the draft functionality yet, but I suspect your problem  
has something to do with that. Maybe there is a recursion or other  
problem with using the draft feature specifically on the edit form?  
Maybe others who have tried it can report on whether it works.

I notice you removed the saveeditbutton at the same time as you  
changed the Author box. That introduces some complexity to identifying  
the problem. I suggest restoring the first version in your history and  
simply changing the Author functionality, leaving the saveeditbutton  
alone for now. If those changes aren't saved, maybe remove the draft  
capability from config.php and see if at least you can edit the edit  
form that way.

- Randy

On Mar 15, 2008, at 2:16 PM, Matt Riker wrote:

> I have set the page to @nopass; sorry about that.  I'm clicking on  
> "Save", so I don't see how it could only be a draft being saved.
> On Sat, Mar 15, 2008 at 3:07 PM, Randy <randy at brownragfilms.com>  
> wrote:
> I'd need an edit password to see what you're seeing when you edit.  
> (Or you could temporarily set edit to @nopass for the page.)
> BTW, is it possible you are saving the page as a draft and so not  
> seeing the changed edit form when you edit?
> Randy
> On Mar 15, 2008, at 1:45 PM, Matt Riker wrote:
>> I'm using the most recent version of PmWiki.  The link to the  
>> site's EditForm is http://www.disneyplanningguide.com/index.php?n=Site.EditForm
>> Thanks!

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