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PostPosted: 30. Nov 2011, 17:38 
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is it possible to integrate the GroupJive groups to JFU? So a specific group can upload files through JFU with dedicated directories, this would be a great feature if it is possible.


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PostPosted: 30. Nov 2011, 22:11 
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It will need for sure some custom coding. Some users already integrated JFU into their component.
but I don't know GroupJive so I don't know how much coding is needed.

Maybe someone else does ;).

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PostPosted: 1. Dec 2011, 04:01 
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Does anyone know how to achieve it? Can you please tell me how? :D :o


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PostPosted: 1. Dec 2011, 11:43 
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Can you code? the JFU side is not that big because the plugin does almost everything. But on the other component this has to be fully integrated.
You might ask in their forum as well.

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PostPosted: 2. Dec 2011, 05:10 
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Yeah. However I don't know which part of the code I should modify


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PostPosted: 2. Dec 2011, 10:17 
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in JFU or in GroupJive.

In Jfu you can see the integration in the editor button. I you include it in a iframe like the default Joomla buttons do then this is no problem.

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PostPosted: 2. Dec 2011, 11:09 
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where can i find the editor button?


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PostPosted: 2. Dec 2011, 11:17 
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Go to the download page of JFU. there you find the button as seperate plugin or in the full package.
Most of the code is already in the component. The button does call the whole stuff ;).

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PostPosted: 2. Dec 2011, 11:30 
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oh jeez. Thanks a lot. I'll try it and inform you what happened later :)


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PostPosted: 2. Dec 2011, 13:04 
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Hello, I did what you said however the editor button is integrated with the joomla tinymce editor .what I am trying to achieve is this


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PostPosted: 2. Dec 2011, 13:52 
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JFU does not know anything about the GroupJive groups. You would have to extend the whole part.
What you can do is to match Joomla groups to GroupJive groups. Which Joomla version do you use?

What do you mean with tinymce? The JFU editor button is at the bottom of the editor window.

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PostPosted: 2. Dec 2011, 16:00 
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I am using joomla 1.7.3. TinyMce is the editor of joomla


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PostPosted: 2. Dec 2011, 16:16 
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With 1.7.3 you can do this by using matching Joomla Groups.

And the JFU Button should be at the bottom of the editor.

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