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Re: AEM 6.1 How to change "jcr:isCheckedOut" property value from false to true
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So do what was mentioned about using the 'version' menu - you need to use the crx explorer, not crx de.

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Limit filesize of assets into DAM?
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Hey folks-We're trying to limit the filesize of assets uploaded into the DAM.I saw this Managing Video Assets about raising the limit... but we're trying to lower the limit. So far - I've tried the instructions in the article, without any luck. Any ideas?Below is what I've done (this should limit uploads to 200 bytes as I understand, but no dice)... Note that I'm trying this on AEM 6.4.3 on my local machine.

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Re: Issue with CoralUI3 and MSM - Blueprint/livecopy action buttons not showing up in page properties when switching to livecopy or blueprint tabs
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gauravb10066713​ - we just fired up a fresh copy of 6.4.0 and tab.click.js looks like it does in our 6.4.2 version - I'm pretty sure that this won't work with CoralUI3 without the way the one you have looks...

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Re: Issue with CoralUI3 and MSM - Blueprint/livecopy action buttons not showing up in page properties when switching to livecopy or blueprint tabs
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gauravb10066713​ - I didn't apply a breakpoint, because it never gets there as the binding action is different; it never binds to the tab with the code we have. We're running 6.4.2; so I'm wondering if this isn't fixed in 6.4.3...

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Re: Issue with CoralUI3 and MSM - Blueprint/livecopy action buttons not showing up in page properties when switching to livecopy or blueprint tabs
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gauravb10066713​ - So my tab.click.js looks different... see below... What version of AEM did you pull that from? It seems concerning that it's different and it seems likely that this is the reason we're seeing the issue we're seeing...Thanks!tab.click.js code: /** * Handler to show/hide the MSM action buttons according to the selected tab. */ $(document).on("click", ".coral-TabPanel.cq-siteadmin-admin-properties-tabs > .coral-TabPanel-navigation > .coral-TabPanel-tab", function(e) { var $tabPan...

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So - We're working on an AEM 6.4 upgrade project coming from AEM 6.2. I did the work to upgrade our configurations and such to get everything working and we've updated our dialogs to coral3, but it seems that now when you switch to either the blueprint tab or the livecopy tab (depending on the page) in the page properties for a given page, the button in the upper left don't show up. By inspecting the DOM, I can see they're there, but they never get unhidden. Looking at one of the environments we...

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Re: Programmatically edit Wrapper DIV classes?
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Handling this on the front end is incorrect, IMHO because it'll cause a shift in layout as the page loads. It's worthwhile to note that this is mainly an issue in the author because we don't display the wrappers on the publisher and on; so given that, I guess we could use JS to 'shim' this for the author env - but given the author looks at the page DOM to setup the areas for the authoring interface, I wonder if this will cause issues...

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So - we don't use Bootstrap; but that being said, most grid systems rely on parents and children to define a containerThis is how most systems work: = could be 100% width of the page This is a six column row = could be 50% width of the row This is a three column row = could be 30% width of the row This is a two column row = could be 20% width of the row This is a one column row = could be 10% width of the rowIn AEM, this looks like: = could be 100% width of the grid-wrapper This is a six colum...

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Yeah - we have something very similar to that and the issue is that modern responsive grid systems allow you to do things like reorder columns at different breakpoints or change the size of columns at breakpoints, ect... Our design folks are asking for a level of flexibility we need to find a way to provide.So having fixed patterns for columns isn't going to work for us; we're trying to create a component that lets us define a 'row' component and then a 'column' component - but wrappers create a...

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Arun - yes; you can change the tag name, but I'm looking to change the name of the classes. Also - as I understand it, if you ​remove the tag, then the component becomes un-editable.

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The problem with that is that if we hide the wrapper completely; then the dialog doesn't work 😕Also - I've tried `.getOptions(getRequest(), true).getCssClassNames().add("TEST_CELL");` for IncludeOptions and it doesn't seem to work.

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Ok - Is there a way to include a component (parent) in another component (child) and have the child component's dialog and parsys still work?

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No - just the classes the wrapper component writes; but I need to be able to change them dynamically.

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We're trying to implement a solution a bit more dynamic than this to allow grids to be more freely authored. I think we'd still like to see if there's a way to programmatically change the wrapper classes for a component OR use a component's HTL to include another component that has it's dialog as still being author-able.

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Hey folks,I'm working on a custom grid building component. The problem I'm having is that the wrapper div is negatively effecting my ability to build columns (the columns set a width of the parent, but on the author this looks weird, because the column's parent is actually the wrapper, not the row element)I know I can remove the wrapper, but then the column isn't editable, which won't work for me. I know I could use the cq:htmlTag node to edit the tag, class and id - but because the size of the ...

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Re: Authoring mode - passing clicks from authoring overlay to content
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So It seems like I'm not doing a very good job of explaining this.... Let me try again:I've got an editable page with a tab nav on it. That tab nav is not an AEM component. Those tabs in the tab nav do have AEM components (they're used for configuration). On tab one, which is active, I can see those AEM components and they're editable. However, the author can't interact with the second tab to switch over to see the second batch of components on that tab.We're looking for a way for the author to ...

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When you're in the authoring edit mode, it displays the content in an iframe, and the authoring ui in a div with id="OverlayWrapper" - but because that 'overlaywrapper' is 'above' in terms of z-index of the whole content area, an author can't interact with the content behind it to use the tabbed nav to switch between the various configuration components we have.Simply put - we're looking for a way to either bubble up something from the content level to allow it to be interactive (and then refres...

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Hey folks,There's alot on how to make components, but in this specific example, we have a configuration page node that calls in configuration components that the author needs to edit in the authoring mode. We received an ask to reduce the screen clutter by introducing a way to separate some of these configuration components; we have a tab nav ui element we use on the public facing page nodes, but the problem I have is that you can't interact with it because the authoring 'overlay' paints over it...

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Is this call smart enough to not load the CSS/JS twice if the same component is used twice on the same one page?

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Typically we're trying to load alot of our critical path first and blocking things that aren't styled, but I've been looking into it and maybe this is the route we want to go.The only thing that is concerning is the JS that would be part of the component, rather than trying to pull everything to the top of the head, Is there a way to defer the JS load for particular components to the bottom of the body?

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These answers confirmed what I suspected, so I'm trying something a bit different where at the page level, I run a query against the children JCR nodes looking for the component, then if I find it, I add the clientlib on the template...Thoughts?

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I don't think that's exactly what I want because then the JS/CSS would be in the page body where the component is, and not in the .

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Hey folks,I haven't seen a way to do this, but is there a way to load CSS/JS in your conditionally when a specific component is on page?The use-case is that we have a component with quite a bit of CSS/JS that is ONLY used on a given page or two, so rather than load that CSS/JS everywhere, we only want to load it when that component is on-page. I'm sure I could query the page I'm on and see if the component is on page, but I was wondering if there's a more performant/built in way to do this.Than...

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