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Old 03-28-2006, 09:42 PM
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Default Is it possible to have 2 dif attachment modules? Because I've been trying for a while

I want to have two different attachment modules, one for my music files and another for my images.

Because I want the title of one to be titled Screenshots

and the other to be titled Music

I have a feeling that the attachment module doesn't work like the other one because I've tried making another different attachment module and only one shows up.
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Old 03-28-2006, 10:03 PM
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Try this:

Make a copy of your attachment module
rename the copy to whatever
edit the copy and change $title = $vbphrase['attachments']; to $title = "Music"; (or whatever you want).

Then you can add it to a new module set and new type.

Its pretty easy
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Try this:

Make a copy of your attachment module
rename the copy to whatever
edit the copy and change $title = $vbphrase['attachments']; to $title = "Music"; (or whatever you want).

Then you can add it to a new module set and new type.

Its pretty easy
Heh, one would think but I tried that and the other one never worked, I only had the first one... I think I'm just going to try and do everything within the same attachments module rather than have multiple attachments modules.
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Old 04-16-2006, 07:49 AM
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That makes sense in this situation
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