Quote from: daspoda at Sep 08, 2010, 01:59 AM
I was curious if it is possible to achieve this(or something similar) using the property set
I don’t think so. The code that renders the form doesn’t pay any attention to the properties. You’d have to write a custom plugin to do it, so Form Customization is a much easier method.
This seems to be a problem with the 2.0.2 release. I have it fixed locally and will post a patch as soon as github decides to work for me.
shaun mccormick | bigcommerce mgr of software engineering, former modx co-architect
Quote from: lolotlm at Sep 21, 2010, 02:10 PM
i have a question.
in which page php is verified the form costum ?
On the main menu: Security -> Form Customization (if I’m understanding your question).
Ok, thanks for letting me know that I’m not the only one having the issue and posting it to Jira.
Since this thread shows up in the search engine, let me post the solution (or the new that appeared since the first post 6 years ago)
If you want to set a child of a collection to have a default template, go to Extras -> Collection Views -> Right click your view and click "Update"
Then go to Collection Settings tab on the right and search for the field named Default children's template and choose the template.
Next time you add a new blog post for example, its template will default the "Blogit Post" template (the blog is an example, I set the default ones for all my collections)