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TOPIC: Problem with module positions in astroid-zero-v2.4.2

Problem with module positions in astroid-zero-v2.4.2 2 months 3 days ago #26792

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Problem with module positions in astroid-zero-v2.4.2
Gone are about 5-7 module positions to which my created modules were assigned. For a month I could not understand why the metric on the site disappeared. Why copyright disappeared. It turns out that after the update, you killed the positions of the modules. When previewing module positions at yoursite.***/? tp = 1 We see these module positions, but TemplateDetails doesn't. Accordingly, in the settings of the layout composer in the section, the indicated module positions for these elements have disappeared.
Your module position for copyright (default) has disappeared in the template settings because in TemplateDetails you removed the <position> astroid-footer </position>
I have checked TemplateDetails
Module positions problem
Framework Version: 2.4.7, Template Version: 2.4.2
Upgraded and killed many module positions
TemplateDetails_astroid-zero-v2.4.2
<positions>
<position> topbar-1 </position>
<position> topbar-2 </position>
<position> astroid-header </position>
<position> astroid-top-social </position>
<position> astroid-top-contact </position>
<position> content-top </position>
<position> content-bottom </position>
<position> left </position>
<position> right </position>
<position> bottom-1 </position>
<position> bottom-2 </position>
<position> bottom-3 </position>
<position> bottom-4 </position>
<position> footer-1 </position>
<position> footer-2 </position>
<position> offcanvas </position>
<position> debug </position>
</positions>


And here are the positions that were previously in
Astroid Framework Version 2.3.0
Last Updated: Dec 2019
<positions>
<position> topbar-1 </position>
<position> topbar-2 </position>
<position> header </position>
<position> hero-section </position>
<position> language-switcher </position>
<position> astroid-top-contact </position>
<position> astroid-top-social </position>
<position> astroid-content-left </position>
<position> astroid-home-page </position>
<position> astroid-header </position>
<position> astroid-footer </position>
<position> content-top </position>
<position> content-bottom </position>
<position> breadcrumbs </position>
<position> position-1 </position>
<position> position-2 </position>
<position> position-3 </position>
<position> position-4 </position>
<position> position-5 </position>
<position> position-6 </position>
<position> position-7 </position>
<position> position-8 </position>
<position> position-9 </position>
<position> position-10 </position>
<position> left </position>
<position> right </position>
<position> bottom-1 </position>
<position> bottom-2 </position>
<position> bottom-3 </position>
<position> bottom-4 </position>
<position> footer-1 </position>
<position> footer-2 </position>
<position> footer-3 </position>
<position> footer-4 </position>
<position> fullwidth </position>
<position> offcanvas </position>
<position> debug </position>
</positions>
(The original TemplateDetails.xml files are attached to the attachments below)

Please tell me why you made such a diversion? What can we do about it?

I downloaded the latest versions from your website. There's also TemplateDetails with truncated module positions.

Last Edit: 2 months 2 days ago by alekshavan.
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Problem with module positions in astroid-zero-v2.4.2 2 months 2 days ago #26812

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Hello,

Sorry for late reply.
We will check and update you soon.

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Problem with module positions in astroid-zero-v2.4.2 1 month 1 week ago #27495

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The problem is not solved.
Will there be some kind of fix, update for the product so that the problem is solved
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Problem with module positions in astroid-zero-v2.4.2 1 month 3 days ago #27663

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Hi,

Sorry for all the delay, Yes this is happening when you update from Astroid v2.3 to Astroid v2.4. The new Astroid 2.4 has made a major change in the folder structure of Astroid that has separated the Framework & Template changes.

This was one of the issues when you update the framework from 2.3 to 2.4 but we can now say that this won't happen again in the next updates. With each update your templateDetails.xml file will change but that won't hamper the positions set in the Astroid layout, unless you have changed the name of your template.

This problem shouldn't be repeated if you haven't changed the name of your template. If you have then you won't receive any template auto updates and you will have to manually update the template.

So, the conclusion we can generate is that this issue will not happen next time, but for now you will have to manually add the module positions back. Let us know if there is anyother case we might have missed.

Thanks,
Nishtha
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