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Re: How to input color picker into richtext?
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smacdonald2008
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Ratna is correct - please refer to the article he listed. Another way to get a color picker into a component dialog for the Touch UI is to create a Sling Resource type as discussed here: Scott's Digital Community: Creating a custom Experience Manager sling:resourceType for Touch UI

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Re: How to set min max item in Multifield AEM 6.3?
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Hi All,I have also achieved the above using below code snippet:For Maximum links validation:Add a new property - "maxlinksallowed", type- String to the multifield node in your cq:dialog.Add below javascript code to touchui js file. $(".js-coral-Multifield-add").click(function() { var field = $(this).parent(); var size = field.attr("data-maxlinksallowed"); if (size) { var ui = $(window).adaptTo("foundation-ui"); var totalLinkCount = $(this).prev('ol').children('li').length; if (totalLinkCount >= ...

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