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I have an Foswiki 1.0.5 with NatSkin
If I add, as described in the documentation of the TagsPlugin
, tagsplugin to the skin, I get the TagsPlugin
-menue with adding and searching for tags instead of the edit/attach/new/raw/delet/history/print/tool buttons of the NatSkin
Because the TagsPlugin
expand the current template, it could have overwritten parts of the existent template or something like that.
If I look with firebug at the page, I see that the content of the natMainHeaderContent switched from the natTopicActions and natBreadCrumbs to foswikiTagsPlugin.
Is this a failure of the NatSkin
or of the TagsPlugin
It would be nice, if there would be a way to configure, how the TagsPlugin
extends the skin.
Some standard position of which you can choose like with the NatSkin
, with that you can choose where you wants your sidebar, your searching form and so on.
Many Thanks in advance.
- 09 Jun 2009
As far as I can see, the two plugins are not compatible with each other wrt the templates: both use a template container named "contentheader". Natskin puts the topic actions (buttons) and the breadcrumbs into that container, whereas Tagsplugin uses the container for the tags.
You can either open a bug report for Natskin and/or Tagsplugin and set MichaelDaum
into the WaitingFor field or edit the
file and append the tags stuff to the contentheader container.
- 26 Jul 2009