[TYPO3-core] Discussion: Remove default columns in favour for backend_layout
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Tue Jul 17 15:15:03 CEST 2012
Why not making a "virtual" backend layout, used every time a backend_layout
can't be found ? It won't need to add something to database, and won't need
any wizard updater.
Btw, a hook could be added after backend_layout fetch to be able to modify
2012/7/17 Jigal van Hemert <jigal.van.hemert at typo3.org>
> On 17-7-2012 14:08, Søren Malling wrote:
>> Why not remove the default columns setup, and replace it with a
>> backend_layout configuration?
>> So that per default backend_layout uid=1 would correspond to the
>> original "Left, Right, Normal, Border" grid setup?
> This would require an upgrade wizard to increase the numbers for existing
> backend_layouts (not a problem, but something which needs to be included).
> Would there be many extensions / installations out there which are not
> compatible with belayout page module rendering?
> It would be nice to have again a single rendering method, if it doesn't
> break too many things.
> Jigal van Hemert
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