Page Tree - Admin Area

Feature request / Plugin Request:
I am about to upload 250 pages by hand into Radiant. My issue is on
the page:
/admin/pages. It seems that if I have a page with a child and a
whole bunch of grand children, well, every time I save a grand child,
it closes the entire family tree up. Then I have to open the primary
page, open the child, and enter another grand child. This is a lot
of clicks, and a little annoying. When you’re entering one page, no
big deal. When your entering 300, in stead of a reasonable number of
clicks to add the pages, it turns into three times the number of clicks.

Is there ANY way to easily keep the tree open to the area I saved
from last? So I don’t have to open up the entire family tree each
time I want to enter a new child, grand child, or great, great, great
grandchild? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

-Mark

Mark Fischer wrote:

Is there ANY way to easily keep the tree open to the area I saved
from last? So I don’t have to open up the entire family tree each
time I want to enter a new child, grand child, or great, great, great
grandchild? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Mmm. The tree should remain open. What version are you using? Do you get
the same result on the demo site (http://demo.radiantcms.org)?


John L.
http://wiseheartdesign.com

The tree closes for me as well every time I do a save:

Stock rails 1.2.3 with safari 3.02 (beta)

Because of the safari beta and I’ve had to bump up Scriptaculous and
prototype to more recent versions than what’s deployed with Rails in
some applications. I haven’t done that with Radiant yet. I suppose
I’ll try that.

I have used firefox 1.5, 2, 3, safari 2 and 3, and have version 0.6.2
installed of radiant for 5 clients on two servers (plus local dev).
I’ve used SVN and GEM. I have another friend/developer that has had
the same issue on IE (which I refuse to use accept for when I’m
testing the design of a client’s site :wink: ). The tree always closes
when I’m working on a child/grandchild and hit save. Not bad if I’m
done with that section, but normally, I’m wanting to have that level
open for a while, especially when importing pages.

-Mark

Changeset 477 (http://dev.radiantcms.org/radiant/changeset/427)
should have fixed the collapsing-tree bug. Make sure you’re running
the latest version of Radiant. If you need to, apply this patch:
http://dev.radiantcms.org/radiant/attachment/ticket/505/index.rhtml.diff

On Aug 17, 2007, at 4:11 PM, Mark Fischer wrote:

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Ryan H.
Art of Mission, Inc.
3720 Gattis School Rd #800 PMB 245
Round Rock, TX 78664

800-722-1492

www.artofmission.com
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Mark Fischer wrote:

Is there ANY way to easily keep the tree open to the area I saved
from last? So I don’t have to open up the entire family tree each
time I want to enter a new child, grand child, or great, great, great
grandchild? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Mmm. The tree should remain open. What version are you using? Do
you get
the same result on the demo site (http://demo.radiantcms.org)?

Again, do you get the same result on the demo site?


John L.
http://wiseheartdesign.com

Thanks Ryan. I updated SVN locally to the most recent revision,
applied 477, 427, and 505. Restarted the server, emptied my browser
cache, used Firfox 2.0, and Safari 3.0. Still have the same issue.
As my friend Ara says, “But That’s Impossible!” Still, the tree
closes up after I save a page. Arghhh. Ideas?
-Mark

The online demo works perfectly. So is it an issue with Trunk? I
did install all of the patches as described in the prior emails. Too
strange.
-Mark

The expanding tree javascript saves it’s state to a cookie. So you
might
try deleting this cookie if you’ve upgraded and it’s still not working.

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