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‎10-12-2019
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Re: Touch UI dialog losing edit/config options
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will-x
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> Can you check if your source control has the node removed or otherwise if its excluded in "filter.xml" which removes it when you deploy code to crx?Good thought, but this isn't the problem. The configuration saved in our _cq_editConfig.xml files is definitely getting set in the JCR on deployment; no issues with the filter.xml config.

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Re: Touch UI dialog losing edit/config options
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> Are you seeing any log messagesYes. A couple of warnings, but this TypeError is thrown in the console and looks related:Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read property 'popover' of undefined at HTMLElement._onLayout (coralui2.min.js:48912) at MutationObserver. (coralui2.min.js:48822)_onLayout @ coralui2.min.js:48912(anonymous) @ coralui2.min.js:48822> Are you seeing the issue occur on the same dialog?Yes. Basically the problem seems to affect ALL Touch UI dialogs at once and then fixing it for one di...

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Touch UI dialog losing edit/config options
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We're running AEM 6.3-SP2 on a Linux environment and we have a recurring--but intermittent--problem with configuring our component dialogs in the Touch UI environment.The issue is that periodically ALL components will have their edit options removed, just leaving the Insert and Group options.We can fix the problem by simply editing any component's cq:editConfig/@cq:actions property through the CRXDE and saving.This is an example of a typical one of our component's cq:editConfig node configuratio...

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Google indexing site pages to component level
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The problem: Google is crawling and indexing our site (good) but somehow they're indexing certain pages all the way down to the component level. This is likely because they're following JavaScript links for AJAX-generated pagination and the like. Clicking any of these links obviously ends up with pages rendered without page-level templating, other components, etc. (bad) To duplicate: Google "rand blog rafiq college ratings"The third result (and several others on the first page of results) link a...

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