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plugin:indexmenu:discussion [2021-04-12 16:09]
garrettlynch [nojs: How make all namespaces always switching open/close by clicking?]
plugin:indexmenu:discussion [2021-09-29 20:06]
GogglesPisano [Matchfile like Skipfile setting]
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 >>>Changing line 820 of /syntax/indexmenu.php to <code>$tagid = "indexmenu_idx_head indexmenu_idx";</code> >>>Changing line 820 of /syntax/indexmenu.php to <code>$tagid = "indexmenu_idx_head indexmenu_idx";</code>
->>>does not work as mentioned above. Instead comment out line 815 ($more  = '';) and namespaces with +>>>does not work as mentioned above. Instead comment out line 815 <code>$more  = '';</code> 
->>>headpages will open as required. Why this isn't the default setting I'm unclear but agree with Petr +>>>and namespaces with headpages will open as required. Why this isn't the default setting I'm unclear  
->>>above that it would be very easy to implement as a 'nolink' tag.+>>>but agree with Petr above that it would be very easy to implement as a 'nolink' tag.
 ===== How to clean up dead links?! ===== ===== How to clean up dead links?! =====
 As I've got described in the DokuWiki Forum http://forum.dokuwiki.org/post/17408 I have dead links in the Indexmenu after I moved a page. Is there a way to clean up that entries? As I've got described in the DokuWiki Forum http://forum.dokuwiki.org/post/17408 I have dead links in the Indexmenu after I moved a page. Is there a way to clean up that entries?
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 > The only reason I am still using [[:plugin:nspages]] plugin is its support for //inclusion// filter > The only reason I am still using [[:plugin:nspages]] plugin is its support for //inclusion// filter
 > --- [[user>marcink|marcink]] //2016-02-18 21:11// > --- [[user>marcink|marcink]] //2016-02-18 21:11//
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 +> +1
 +> Until then, here's the work-around I used
 +> {{indexmenu>.|skipns=/(?s)^((?!:namespacetomatch).)*$/}}
 +> --- [[user>GogglesPisano|GogglesPisano]] //2021-09-29 20:04//
 ===== Showing tree and ACL ===== ===== Showing tree and ACL =====
 Is it possible to show all the tree (namespaces/directories) in the menu when the only subnamespace is allowed in ACL? Currently the nothing is shown. Is it possible to show all the tree (namespaces/directories) in the menu when the only subnamespace is allowed in ACL? Currently the nothing is shown.
plugin/indexmenu/discussion.txt · Last modified: 2021-09-29 20:06 by GogglesPisano