After my first
successful MODX3-Migration-Test, I stumbled upon some issues -
one of them being, that a dropdown-tv is missing its values.
I know, I know, what you will see in in the following screenshot might shock someone, especially Jason, but it worked in 2.x and made everyone happy:
I populated the values before with this call:
@EVAL return $modx->runSnippet('GetMediaDirOptions', array('delimited' => true));
Isn’t it still possible to populate a dropdown-tv with a snippet? If so, how?
@EVAL binding doesn’t work anymore in MODX 3.
You can instead use a
@CHUNK binding and then put a snippet tag in the chunk, or there is also a new
Ah nice, I hoped/expected that
But then we should definitely update the info-text and examples there.
I’ll try it later/soon and report back
April 11, 2023, 6:51pm
If your list contains a lot of values, it is also possible to write a custom list processor for SuperBoxSelect.
April 20, 2023, 2:02pm
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