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Re: Drag content fragment from Assets into parsys without using contentfragment component
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No error. Not an Issue.There're two things here. The asset and the component. I have to drag the component first into the parsys, then drag my asset into the component.While in geometrixx, I can straight away drag the asset into the parsys, I wonder how to achieve that in my own project / site.This applied to the image asset as well.

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bsloki wrote... I was able to add 'Content Fragment' into parsys on all the geometrixx project Are you facing any issues for the same ? You should be able to add the contentfragment into the parsys I'm creating a new project. I wanted to drag content fragment asset into parsys without first drag in a contentfragment component. I can do that in geometrixx. That's why I wonder what needs to be configured in my project to have that.

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Guys, if anyone know how to drag content fragment from assets into parsys without first dragging in the contentfragment component? This is achievable in geometrixx outdoor.I create my parsys using this syntax=>

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smacdonald2008 wrote... I am sorry the AEM docs did not produce the results. No worries.

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smacdonald2008 wrote... The AEM documentation you referenced is the way to work with this functionality. If it's not working, please open a ticket. Noted and thanks.

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While simulating personalized experience in Classic UI with Client Context, I'll be able to see the tags and its hit-count in client context without doing anything (like add in the tag manually).While I'm trying to do the same in AEM6.2 Touch UI with Context Hub (After I enable TagCloud following this guide ), my TagCloud found in Context Hub is empty, and I have no idea how to add in my tags to view its hit-count or what should I do / configure next.Wonder if anyone know what's the next step to...

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Understand the scenario why Federated IDs is required, the benefits of it. Would like to find out more on the SSO once everything hook up correctly, what will happen?1. If I login to my PC (Mac or Windows) within corporate network (the login ID is not corporate email). Now I hit the Adobe Marketing Cloud URL in the browser. Do I still need to login?2. If I login to my corporate web mail (through office365) or corporate portal and both using corporate email as login ID. Now I hit the Adobe Market...

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Re: Creating an AEM Sightly component that uses a Multifield
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Thanks for the info.Will keep monitoring on the blog post and looking forward to see the multi-composite component in TouchUI.

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Great! Any idea if Adobe will be releasing an official guide like above to showcase how to create Touch UI Multi Composite component (JSP / Slightly)?I found this article, which I guess is not fully tested and not all the TouchUI dialogs will be supported. Rather primitive.We use to have it in Classic UI (with this file /cq/ui/widgets/source/widgets/form/MultiCompositeField.js).

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Thanks guys. Will do.

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Thanks for the prompt reply. I have the same (for in place editing) in fullscreen as shown in your screenshot. However, I only have the same limited sets of features for in-dialog editing. See below screenshot.Here's the modified version of TouchUI_RTE_customize package for your kind perusal.Noted on the ticket to day care for a feature enhancement. Can I also double confirm if what's mentioned above (in-dialog full screen) is a bug or something I did wrongly which hopefully you can help to poin...

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By following this Adobe Helpx Article, I manage to create a Touch UI RTE for in place editing. However, the in-dialog editing is missing.By doing minor changes (below screenshot) on the package (TouchUI_RTE_customize) provided from the said article, I manage to create the in-dialog editingNow there's one issue I realised (below screenshot), there isn't a way to enable more RTE plugin's features as we always do in Classic UI. Or at least, I can't find any official tutorial / document available fr...

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