@HeyJoel I'm wondering if the answer is I was using version 0.9.0 with SkiaSharp v0.3.0. I installed versions 0.10.0 and 0.4.0 into a new VS solution and now see what you describe. Thank you.
I've looked at the GitHub Docs and Issues page and here in Gitter but have not found anything to explain the proper way to copy an existing site to a new site, in other words to replicate an existing site into a new Visual Studio Solution. Is it a matter of scripting the original db into a new db and setting the new VS project's appsettings connectionstring to the new db?
I must be missing something here :-
I have included HtmlToolbarPreset.AdvancedFormatting in the ContentSectionDataModel and it works. I've read #202, tried to implement it and find it just offers the BasicFormatting toolbar, probably because I do not know what string and object to pass in. Clearly I don't understand this topic sufficiently and, as #202 was raised 4 years ago, wonder if something new exists to customise a toolbar to include more features such as indent, text colour, background colour, font size and line spacing.
I do not see how to indent text other than typing loads of spaces. Also, text that is a bullet point or numeric shows as indented in the editor but when viewed in Preview, it reverts back to being left aligned against the left margin. Does anyone else see this?
Hey @HeyJoel, it's been a while and I've been setting up a new development environment for our site with Cofoundry 0.10.3 as a few developers are now helping with it. I've been busy setting up a local MSSQL database, and as such was setting up Cofoundry anew as well, but I run into an issue logging in. I keep getting into a login loop. I can create the first user using the setup correctly, but logging in does nothing else than return this;
info: Microsoft.AspNetCore.Hosting.Diagnostics Request starting HTTP/1.1 GET http://localhost:5123/admin/dashboard info: Microsoft.AspNetCore.Authorization.DefaultAuthorizationService Authorization failed. info: Microsoft.AspNetCore.Authentication.Cookies.CookieAuthenticationHandler AuthenticationScheme: Cofoundry_UserArea_Scheme_COF was challenged. info: Microsoft.AspNetCore.Hosting.Diagnostics Request finished in 1.8625ms 302 info: Microsoft.AspNetCore.Hosting.Diagnostics Request starting HTTP/1.1 GET http://localhost:5123/admin/auth/login?ReturnUrl=%2Fadmin%2Fdashboard
Do you have any clue what might be causing this? Could it be the new password hashing? Connecting to an existing database is still working fine.
I'm running from a clean Docker container, no Data Protection, no cache.