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On Wed, 2011-06-29 at 18:47 +0200, Christian Lohmaier wrote:
Hi Erich, *,

On Wed, Jun 29, 2011 at 6:36 PM, Erich Christian <> wrote:
Am 27.06.2011 23:33, schrieb Friedrich Strohmaier:
On Fri, 2011-06-24 at 12:53 -0400, drew wrote:

As not familiar with the CMS capabilities: does move folders/files move
the link depencies as well?? In this case making a more clear folder
scheme might be an easy task ;o)).

Silverstripe offers no possibility to rename or move folders in assets.

Of course it does - moving folders works just as moving pages in the
site tree, i.e. check the "enable drag'n'drop" checkbox, then drag the

Just a quick note - that drag 'n drop feature has, it seems, a few
issues - you have to watch carefully when you use it, but it does work.

And yes, it should take care of link dependencies, provided the links
are created from within silverstripe (but there might be a bug that
links are only corrected for the current subsite, not for the others).
I didn't test it thoroughly. But in the basic tests it worked.

Create a new one, move content, delete the old one.

No, that's not necessary.
to rename a folder, just change the name in the title entry-box and
use the "save folder" button

That I tried also and that works.

Just to follow up - so far WHEN you used SilverStripe to set some
property then all the neat GUI tools work pretty well.

@Christian - While I have your attention here.

I have a bunch of files that would not upload, seems anything over
~32Megs would fail. [1]

I also have a large group of dictionary files that need to go up...and
the GUI upload is...errr...tedious to say the least.

Anyway to either get a ftp connection and or if I give you a script with
a bunch of wget commands could someone run that for me ?




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