since ‎13-02-2020
‎04-09-2020
dhanubrp
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Re: TextArea Content Wrap like strong tag in html. Vijayalakshmi_S - Adobe Experience Manager
Hi @dhanubrp,Hope you are making use of Coral UI 3 text area resource - granite/ui/components/coral/foundation/form/textarea. If yes, this renders HTML's text area tag for capturing multiline input as plain text and not as rich text content. I tried using making use of this resource in component dialog and retrieved in HTL -> couldn't see the spaces showing up. Can you elaborate on how and where you are retrieving these text area field from page properties
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Re: AEM 6.4 SP7 - RTE Inline Editor Listener- Touch UI kautuk_sahni - Adobe Experience Manager
Great Reply.
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Re: Experience Fragment Variation Page Create Button is N... Arun_Patidar - Adobe Experience Manager
Marking duplicate of https://experienceleaguecommunities.adobe.com/t5/adobe-experience-manager/experience-fragment-variation-page-create-button-is-not-enabled/qaq-p/369323
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Re: Experience Fragment Variation Page Create Button is N... Arun_Patidar - Adobe Experience Manager
hi,I did not think you can change that without tweaking OOTB validation.jsBut you can enable the create button from your code when everything(field 6 or 7 or may be others) is valid.
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Re: Want to Add space between the 2 fields of the Component. Theo_Pendle - Adobe Experience Manager
Hi @dhanubrp,Personally, I wouldn't use empty fields as the next developer who comes along will instinctively wonder "why are there empty fields here?". It's not very elegant.Here is an OOTB method using CSS that you can do in 10s.On your fields, add the following property:wrapperClass -- String -- padding-b-2padding-b-2 is an OOTB utility class, so no need to add your own CSS.wrapperClass will add that class name to the wrapper element.You could also use the granite:class property with the same...
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Re: Can we resize RichTextEditor in AEM-6.4. raghavc - Adobe Experience Manager
https://helpx.adobe.com/experience-manager/using/creating-touchui-validate.html You can create a custom validation to check if the content in textarea is less then 10 lines. If you are interested only to resize the textarea you can add a custom class using granite:class and add the required css rule for the height.
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