May I ask, why are you trying to avoid that? Most things in X3 are done for a good reason. Empty spaces should not be used in filenames, especially on the web, because it create's URL's like this: "some%20folder/sub%20folder/some%20image.jpg" as opposed to what is best practice and much better for visitors: "some-folder/sub-folder/some-image.jpg". What happens when you need to share an URL in email "http://website.com/some folder/some image.jpg"? Furthermore, what is the logical reason for doing this? It fails ... When you name a file "my-image-file.jpg", it will display as title "My image file" (hyphens removed). In conclusion, you should keep files names simple. If you need extended titles with lots of spaces and/or unicode characters, then use the image's TITLE option, which is related to your next question:ed_f wrote:I have many filenames with spaces instead of hyphens, but when I rename a file in our panel here it puts a hyphen into. how can I avoid this?
From a page's gallery, click the "view" mode button until you are in "edit" mode.ed_f wrote:and btw (I never did this so maybe another stupid question) where and how do I most easily (and if possible without re-saving an already existing jpeg) give an image a "title" or "description" that I could make visible in the gallery-popup?
I can see how that would be annoying. I will begin Panel 2.0 this year, where such issues will not occur.ed_f wrote:one thing makes more work at this place: the moment I change the name if a file the page scrolls up to the top of the gallery of images - and I have to search for the one I was still working on. and then much too often I forget to save after every little step, grrr ...
I just happened to realize I have the same problem. No errors in console after page refresh in new private window. FF 78.7.1esr (64-Bit) on OS X 10.14.6ed_f wrote: happens again, tried to shot what happens when I try marking text to copy - the whole box moves:
So, you are experiencing this on Mac + Firefox? Latest Firefox is 85.0.2 ... "lesr" is some special version? Can you reproduce the issue in normal Firefox? Here is my Firefox on Mac, tried to navigate to and re-load page ... Input fields work as normal:metallissimus wrote:I just happened to realize I have the same problem. No errors in console after page refresh in new private window. FF 78.7.1esr (64-Bit) on OS X 10.14.6
Yeah, FF + Mac. esr is "extended support release", honestly I am not sure why I started to use it – sounds more stable maybe.mjau-mjau wrote: So, you are experiencing this on Mac + Firefox? Latest Firefox is 85.0.2 ... "lesr" is some special version?
Exactly.So I guess what you are saying, that in the view above, when you click an input field you cannot mark text or place the cursor?