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Em 05-04-2013 10:08, Christian Lohmaier escreveu:
Hi Olivier, *,
On Thu, Apr 4, 2013 at 1:57 PM, Olivier Hallot
The download page has a logic to add text on releases .0 and .1 . It works.
On release .2 and above, the text is not shown, but there is a section
in the page for more text.
No - that is the basic text-entry for the page - and if nl-teams just
did change the page-type without clearing the content, displaying the
content will add lot of spam to the page...
Can we have a logic to display the remaining text on releases above .2 ?
It certainly is possible - either in addition (always) or as
alternaive if neither of the .0 or .1 entries are specified.
Whichever is the easiest and safest.
But before I make that change, I'd like to have the following clarified:
* are NL-Teams prepared? I.e. do you have the "content" entry box
cleared of any previous content / is what you have written there OK
to be added to the DL-Page?
I guess you can add then a 4th edit box, after .1 release and keep the
last edit box undisplayed, so it won't disturb the NL teams.
* Do you want the text from the content box to be always displayed or
only when neither .0 nor .1 is applied?
In my case, only when neither .0 nor .1 is applied.
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