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  • There's a good chance that it's a Firefox plugin, rather then Firefox itself.
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    • Bob,
      The only plugins running are Shockwave Flash 19.0 r0 and PDF-XChange Viewer. To be honest, after updating Firefox (now version 42.0, I believe) it seems a bit buggy when working with MODX. It doesn't accurately detect when a page/resource has been altered, and with non-altered resources when I click to navigate to a different resource Firefox shows me a popup about saving data before moving away from the resource.

      Anyway, not to worry. Now I know it is a caching issue with a particular browser, I can warn the client and there shouldn't be a problem.

      Thanks again.
      • I've had issues with the latest version of Firefox on several non-modx sites. I haven't noticed anything on a MODX site, but it wouldn't surprise me.
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        • Exceleron Designs Reply #14, 1 week, 3 days ago
          Hey All, so I am having the same issue, and changing the browser did not get it done. What I am doing is running an EVAL script in a multi-select list.
          @EVAL return $modx->runSnippet('getResources', array('parents'=>'0', 'showHidden'=>'1', 'tplFirst'=>'tvInputOptionsFirstTpl', 'tpl'=>'tvInputOptionsTpl', 'context'=>'web', 'limit'=>'0', 'depth'=>'4', 'sortby'=>'pagetitle', 'sortdir'=>'ASC', 'where'=>'{"template:=":7}'));


          tplFirst:
          [[+pagetitle]]==[[+id]]

          tpl:
          ||[[+pagetitle]]==[[+id]]


          Any help would be great....

          Thanks
          • Is there a tag that displays the TV's content?

            You might try switching to pdoResources (in the pdoTools extra), though I'm not sure it will make a difference.

            You're not using CacheMaster by any chance?

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            • Exceleron Designs Reply #16, 1 week, 1 day ago
              Quote from: BobRay at Aug 06, 2018, 07:23 PM
              Is there a tag that displays the TV's content?

              You might try switching to pdoResources (in the pdoTools extra), though I'm not sure it will make a difference.

              You're not using CacheMaster by any chance?


              Hey Bob, I tried pdoResources no change. I am not using CacheMaster either. Do you think I should?
              FYI help me solve this and my &where filter problem and the Beers are on me....

              Thanks Ryan
              • Create a snippet with this code from your TV (reformatted -- it has to be on one line in the TV):

                return $modx->runSnippet('getResources', 
                   array(
                      'parents'=>'0', 
                      'showHidden'=>'1', 
                      'tplFirst'=>'tvInputOptionsFirstTpl',
                      'tpl'=>'tvInputOptionsTpl',
                      'context'=>'web',
                      'limit'=>'0', 
                      'depth'=>'4', 
                      'sortby'=>'pagetitle', 
                      'sortdir'=>'ASC', 
                      'where'=>'{"template:=":7}'
                    )
                );


                Put a tag for it on a page and see what it returns.

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                • Quote from: BobRay at Aug 09, 2018, 03:31 AM
                  Create a snippet with this code from your TV (reformatted -- it has to be on one line in the TV):

                  return $modx->runSnippet('getResources', 
                     array(
                        'parents'=>'0', 
                        'showHidden'=>'1', 
                        'tplFirst'=>'tvInputOptionsFirstTpl',
                        'tpl'=>'tvInputOptionsTpl',
                        'context'=>'web',
                        'limit'=>'0', 
                        'depth'=>'4', 
                        'sortby'=>'pagetitle', 
                        'sortdir'=>'ASC', 
                        'where'=>'{"template:=":7}'
                      )
                  );


                  Put a tag for it on a page and see what it returns.



                  This is the out put:

                  ALMOND==77 ||Bell Peppers (Solanacae)==18 ||Blueberry==24 ||CITRUS==13 ||Grapes==25 ||Lettuce==20 ||Onions (Herbacae-Lilacae)==19 ||Peanuts==26 ||PECAN==15 ||Squash / Cucurbit==21 ||Standard Veggies==17 ||STONE FRUIT==14 ||Strawberry==23 ||Tomato==28 ||Turf & Ornamentals==29 ||Watermelon (Curcubit)==27 ||YOUNG PERENNIAL==12
                  • That looks about right, though you haven't said what you mean to do with that data. If you just want to show a list of links to those pages, Wayfinder might work a lot better.

                    [[Wayfinder?
                       &rowTpl=`MyRowTpl`
                       &startId=`0`
                       &level=`4`
                       &sortBy=`pagetitle`
                       &sortOrder=`ASC`
                       &contexts=`web`
                       &ignoreHidden=`0`
                       &where=`{"template:=":7}`
                    ]] 


                    If necessary, you could use TVs for the values above.

                    The rowTpl would look something like this:

                    <li><a href="[[+wf.link]]">[[+wf.linktext]]</a>[[+wf.wrapper]]</li>

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