There is a version 1.2 of the hotfix: https://pypi.org/project/Products.PloneHotfix20210518/1.2/
New zip is up on plone.org. You may need to add a cache busting parameter to get a fresh version:
What it fixes:
various Unauthorized errors, for example for the historyview page
a NotFound error when submitting a PloneFormGen form, and maybe similar situations
obj.some_attr = <some value>or
setattr(obj, 'some_attr', <some value>)and call
transaction.get().commit(). I guess these attributes are just getter/setter property where setter doesn't do a thing. The value is not changed. How can I change that value (got from Dexterity field) and store the change from the script?
Hi, folks! Here's Everton (or Tom). I returned to develop for Plone after a couple of years (also working with @ericof) and it's nice to see how Plone improved! Congratulations!
I'm not sure if here is the best place to ask or in the community forum. I've just set up a Plone 5 in a dev server and everything was fine without SSL. After setting up the certificate, the CSS is not loading and it's saying that images are not secure. I am using the minimal nginx config suggest on the documentation for a Plone on production: https://docs.plone.org/manage/deploying/front-end/nginx.html#minimal-nginx-front-end-configuration-for-plone-on-ubuntu-debian-linux
Any tip what could it be? Maybe the nginx config?
I'm really frustrated with the plone documentation, I'm trying to create a custom view by following the documentation: https://docs.plone.org/external/plone.app.dexterity/docs/custom-views.html#display-view
The problem is that nowhere is it said where I need to add the <browser:page />
Really the problem with documentation is that it was not made for those who want to learn, but for those who already have vast knowledge and just want to remove a small doubt.