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TagsPlugin breaks Edit/Save/View/... Buttons in NatSkin


I have an Foswiki 1.0.5 with NatSkin and TagsPlugin.

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.

-- StephaniePlatz - 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 and SvenDowideit into the WaitingFor field or edit the templates/view.nat.tmpl file and append the tags stuff to the contentheader container.

-- OliverKrueger - 26 Jul 2009

QuestionForm edit

Subject Issue in browser
Extension NatSkin
Status Answered
Topic revision: r2 - 26 Jul 2009, OliverKrueger
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