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Disallowed to paste item(s).

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Giovanni
2011-12-19
2013-04-25
  • Giovanni

    Giovanni - 2011-12-19

    Hi Eric.
    I'd like to add a Plomino: Document but i always have an error.
    I'd like to set e default view for my Plomino database but i'm not able to.
    How can i do?
    If i try to paste something in my Plomino document, the result is
    Disallowed to paste item(s).

    Any suggestions?
    G

     
  • Eric Brehault

    Eric Brehault - 2012-01-03

    Hello,

    A Plomino document is not a regular Plone content-type, you can add it like that.
    To add a document, you need to create a form, and use this form to create documents.

    Have a look to this tutorial: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7rwyLv_c56g

    Eric

     
  • Eric Brehault

    Eric Brehault - 2012-01-03

    And pasting content is not possible by the way.
    The only contents allowed in a Plomino document are attached files, which must be added using a File attachment field.

    Eric

     
  • Giovanni

    Giovanni - 2012-01-03

    Yes I know it all but I don't understand why Plomino allows me to add a Plomino: Document in the menu "Add new..".
    G

     
  • Eric Brehault

    Eric Brehault - 2012-01-03

    ah ok, sorry

    Well indeed this menu is useless, it used to be hidden under Plone 3 (the getNotAddableTypes script allowed to do that), but it is not hidden anymore in Plone 4.
    There is probably a new way to hide it (I will investigate), but note that regular users do no see the Plone green menu bar (you do see it because you are manager) so they cannot access the Add Plomino Document menu anyway.

    Eric

     
  • Eric Brehault

    Eric Brehault - 2012-01-03

    I have just found a fix.
    It is on github https://github.com/plomino/Plomino (and will be part of the next release).

    Eric

     
  • Jean Jordaan

    Jean Jordaan - 2012-01-04

    Note that fields can be quite usefully copy/cut/pasted in the context of forms.

     

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