Cant edit the "Appearance of columns"
When i want to show the left colum it seems that it doesnt save anything.
Clean cloudways install with only updated 1.0.2, just the default theme, it seems that i can disable it but enable does nothing.
http://i.imgur.com/pgUivHM.gifv < made a gif
Does exactly the same with me. Looks like a bug? I’d report it.
Try not to hit save after you have changed it. It will apparently save the old values.
I tried that as well as I see it saves as you make the change, but when you go back to that page, the change still reverts back to how it was
What is your database version?
Using MyISAM or InnoDB?
Server information Linux #1 SMP Debian 3.16.43-2 (2017-04-30) x86_64
Server software version Apache/2.4.10 (Debian)
PHP version 7.0.20-1~dotdeb+8.2
Memory limit 512M
Max execution time 600
MySQL version 10.0.31-MariaDB-1~jessie
MySQL server localhost
Tables prefix tb_
MySQL engine InnoDB
MySQL driver DbPDO
I’m on InnoDB
Its seem to work only when switching from enabled to disabled.
for some reason the 'NOT
column_name’ sql is not working properly.
Hmmz after some research it seems that MySQL has quite a history with non-working bitwise operators.
old_value, 0, 1) would be better
well good to know its not my fault but a actual bug
ive tried it with another host, with a direct 1.0.2 install and get the same bug.
It’s happening here too. If I am enabling another theme the sidebar configuration of the new theme will be saved but I cannot change this configuration.
Just a small workaround in the database at
tb_theme_metayou can change
nemo already submitted a correction for that bug.
alright then ill mark it as solved
Nemo forgot the fix it for the right column as well.
if you a need a fix for now just use the same for the ajaxProcessRightMeta() function
Now I am confused. Was the original just a string? In that case type needs to be set to SQL instead of this IF statement.
I can confirm that this works:
‘left_column’ => [‘type’ => ‘sql’, ‘value’ => 'NOT