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Re: Modify page status drop down in editor.html (aem 6.1) - Adobe Experience Manager 15-10-2015
Thanks Gilles, is there a place I can go to see the status of the issue (I believe I'm up to dat on hotfixes, but this isn't working for me still).

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Re: Modify page status drop down in editor.html (aem 6.1) - Adobe Experience Manager 15-10-2015
Overlaying (sorry, said overriding) at /apps/wcm/core/content/editor/jcr:content/content/items/content/header/items/headerbar/items/pageinfopopover/items/pagestatus didn't seem to work. I'd like to have this in the dropdown, thus the solution offered by "ADD A NEW PAGE ACTION" doesn't really do the trick (having it in the header bar would work only as a last resort).

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Modify page status drop down in editor.html (aem 6.1) - Adobe Experience Manager 15-10-2015
I'd like to add an option to the page dialog drop down in the editor.What I attempted to do was create a an override at /apps/wcm/core/content/editor/jcr:content/content/items/content/header/items/headerbar/items/pageinfopopover/items/pagestatus with sling:resourcetype seem to a custom pagestatus. This didn't seem to have any affect. This solution worked in 6.0.Does anyone have any alternatives to accomplish this?This is perhaps an unrelated quesiton, but I'd also like to implement an entirely s...

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Re: Passing Javascript array to Java Use API - Adobe Experience Manager 15-10-2015
Thanks! That works.

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Re: Passing Javascript array to Java Use API - Adobe Experience Manager 15-10-2015
Sure...(edited from my original post to be slightly more clear)Sightly HTML ${newsList.test} test output: ${test.p} newsList.js:"use strict"; use( function () { var params = {}; params.limit = 0; params.page = 0; params.term = ""; params.articles = ""; params.articlesExclude = ""; params.alsoQuery = "false"; params.author = ""; params.authorsExclude = ""; params.contacts = ""; params.dateRange = "unlimited"; params.startDate = "0"; params.endDate = "TODAY"; params.hasVideo = false; params.tags...

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Re: Sightly tag behavior inside parenthesis with other content - Adobe Experience Manager 15-10-2015
Testing this a bit more, I'm getting some interesting behavior that I dont quite understand. Here are a few use casesthis is red text id should be testid image div: ${item.featuredImage} image div: ${item.featuredImage}producing:this is red text id should be testidimage div: /content/dam/geometrixx/offices/basel roof.jpg image div: /content/dam/geometrixx/offices/basel roof.jpgdata-sly-attribute doesn't seem to be behaving correctly, at least for the style tag

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Sightly tag behavior inside parenthesis with other content - Adobe Experience Manager 15-10-2015
I have a situation requiring me to set an image as a background on an element. Unfortunately, it seems that the sightly tag doesn't like being inside parenthesis with other content, and simply doesn't output anything. This code: image url: ${item.featuredImage}Produces this output:image url: /content/dam/geometrixx/offices/basel roof.jpgNote that the first $item.featuredImage outputs as blank. Any idea why?

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Re: Returning Object in Sightly Javascript Use-API - Adobe Experience Manager 15-10-2015
Thanks, What I was hoping to do was keep objects separate so i could return params, otherObject1, otherObject2 etc. But I dont think this is possible. This solution works, so I think I'll just go with this and use multiple js use files so I can return and work with multiple objects.

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Re: Returning Object in Sightly Javascript Use-API - Adobe Experience Manager 15-10-2015
ThanksI'd prefer to be able to do this in Javascript, but I'm beginning to see that the js Use-API has some limitations. Working with js objects seems like it should be fairly straightforward, but is this possibly one of the limitations of the JS use-API?

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Returning Object in Sightly Javascript Use-API - Adobe Experience Manager 15-10-2015
I can't seem to return and use an object from my js use array. In the below example I'm trying to make a parameter list for use later in a java use-api call, however, the parameter array comes up empty back on the sightly end. Any idea what I'm doing wrong?newsList.js:"use strict"; use( function () { var params = []; params['limit'] = 0; params['page'] = 0; params['term'] = ""; params['articles'] = ""; params['alsoQuery'] = "false"; params['author'] = ""; params['contacts'] = ""; params['dateRan...

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