08 Nov 2012 17:18 #271 by RCheesley
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Looks great, but without K2 support it's almost useless for us, we haven't used the Joomla! article system for a very long time!

It would be really useful to be able to merge the codes into existing template overrides rather than, I assume, having the manually go in and add all the right markup - if I had to do that I'd not need to bother with your extension, after all :)


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08 Nov 2012 18:26 #273 by admin
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Hi, we're working on K2, too.
At the moment we have a lot of open projects, but we have planned to create template overrides for that extension, too.

Sadly, there is no way to create an automatic merge of overrides: this is an extension not a Content Version System :P
However, having a ready-to-use override it's a big help, since you already know what you have add and where you have to do it..

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11 Nov 2012 21:24 - 12 Nov 2012 01:08 #280 by aksmith
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To echo the above comment, I use K2 exclusively for content management. But since I create custom K2 subtemplates for most of my clients, using a generic override would not be much help. Nonetheless, the syntax looks pretty simple, at least from what I see in the com_content overrides, e.g. add {ARTICLE_WRAPPER} to the right divs and so forth. This assumes that the j4schema system plugin works in K2.
This is a great component - mi piace molto quello stupendo lavoro!
Last edit: 12 Nov 2012 01:08 by aksmith.

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