Dynamic Variables do not Handle Consecutive '\' Characters Properly
When entering the backslash character twice in a Dynamic Variable's content, e.g. \\servername\share, Dynamic Variables act unpredictably:
* You need to enter four '\' in order to get two '\' chars in the first occurrence of the DV. All other occurrences have all four '\'s
* If there are more than one DVs with more than one '\' chars, upon updating one DV, 1/2 of all '\' chars will be lost in all the DVs on the page. E.g.:
||DV name |Stored Text |Editable Displayed Text |Non-editable Displayed Text |Stored Text after saving ANY DV on the page.
~np~%dv1%~/np~ |\\\\server1\share |\\server1\share |\\\\server1\share |\\server1\share
~np~%dv1%~/np~ |\\\\server2\\share |\\server1\share |\\\\server1\\share |\\server2\share||
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test dynamic items list per Bernard Sfez email of 24 May
In Bernard's email he recommends the following:
Go to https://dev.tiki.org/tracker5 Insert new item, go to "Area" select any.
As I'm creating this enter, after selecting Area: Main Feature, in the Drop-down for Sub-Category I'm seeing, as he said a list of meaningless catId's. (Bernard: "Check sub-category, instead of showing category name, it show catId.") As far as I know this problem exist since the rewrite of tables in v.9.x During TikiFest in Montreal in April, ca 12-14 April, Louis-Philippe fixed this problem for me in 11.x (then still Trunk). Sorry but I'm still in Africa, with expensive, and very unstable internet, so I can't check updates, but perhaps this can help someone find the solution. I'll be available for the group again, but only starting someone coming Monday, 27 May. No promises but perhaps I can find a solution then, but it will take time. olaf-michael (omstefanov)
Only the first instance of a dynamic variable in a wiki page is editable v2.2
Not sure if this is a small bug or a feature request - but now that I have used the very useful Dynamic Variable feature in a number of sites I realise that a quirk of the feature is that only the first instance of the use of an individual variable in an individual wiki page is editable.
If you use the same variable a number of times in an individual page then the 2nd and any subsequent uses are not linkable to the edit facility.
This seems a bit inconsistent and it would be much more useful if any/all instances could be used to update/change the variable.
If this is unavoidable then it would be useful to declare this in the documentation.
Closing this as its not that important any more (Geoff Aug 2013)
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