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How can I generate a dynamic custom icon-picker generic list
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I have a task to create a custom icon-picker. As you may know, AEM already has a prebuilt generic list of icons and icons fonts. In my case, I would like to generate a fresh list of icons without making use of the ones AEM provides, as this is what I am required to do. basically I understand one needs to do this and define a datasource: In the case above we are using AEM genericlist datasource. Now I would like to create my own, basically by using my icons. How would one create this list withou...

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Best!! This is exactly what i wanted. Works beautifully and now at least going foward I can create my own custom rendor conditions.

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Thanks, sounds like what I am looking for, about to have a read so I will give an update ASAP

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Hi guys so I have a task and I am not just looking for a solution, but hopefully the most efficient. So I have a component that needs to get data (boolean variable) for the page/template properties then using that, we can show/hide certain fields within the dialog. So let's say in the template I am using I have a checkbox with a property that says include feature, now what I want is for a particular component, Say heading&summary to be able to grab that page property and use it to show/hide opti...

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Re: Link Checker reached max number of [500] configured hosts
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Hi guys, I am currently working on AEM 6.4 and we are getting errors: External links for host www.hostname.com has reached the maximum number of [ 500 ] configured per host.This is a bit concerning as we doubt we have reached this max of external links on our site. First question, is this an issue? I am assuming it is since an error is being thrown. How can I resolve this? I assume i can just increase the default cachable size on the linkchecker implementation.Second, i would like to know how I ...

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How to consume a JSON feed created internally on AEM
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Hi guys, so a colleague of mine has created a few JSON feeds on our AEM project and I would like the best way to consume that feed provided I know what the location/URL is.So for example, this is the URL for the feed on the site : http://localhost:4502/content/site-name/en_gb/feed-service.feeds-content.json This page will spit out JSON and all I want to do is consume that JSON and use it some other place else.

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Thank you, this one did the trick.

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Hi guys, so I am currently working on AEM 6.1 and I have been assigned a task to display a popup/alert message immediately when I land on the DAM. This alert should just contain a message with a few guidelines.I would like to know how I would access that DOM from my project. I tried using a clientlib category "cq.authoring.dialog", but i take it this particular category only works when authoring, so I would like to perform the action immediately when author clicks on Assets

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