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Yeah, so can I.  I know exactly where and why its failing.  It was luck of the draw on the search term and where in the description it wound up with the highlighting.  Will be issuing an update tonight after I think about how I go about the fix.

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Is there a way to manually refresh the User Templates?  I was cleaning out old entries manually and got a little excited and deleted them all.  I basically just want to to backup the paths/ports of my currently installed dockers.

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Is there a way to manually refresh the User Templates?  I was cleaning out old entries manually and got a little excited and deleted them all.  I basically just want to to backup the paths/ports of my currently installed dockers.
Annnnnd I just realized that I can no longer edit my current Dockers, I imagine because there is no corresponding .xml.

I'm an idiot.

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1 hour ago, R-Rizzo said:

Annnnnd I just realized that I can no longer edit my current Dockers, I imagine because there is no corresponding .xml.

I'm an idiot.

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Do you have a backup of your flash drive? You should.

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4 minutes ago, trurl said:

Do you have a backup of your flash drive? You should.

I was deleting them manually from "/boot/config/plugins/dockerMan/templates-user"  Is there a backup stored somewhere else?

 

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Just now, R-Rizzo said:

I was deleting them manually from "/boot/config/plugins/dockerMan/templates-user"  Is there a backup stored somewhere else?

 

/boot is your flash drive and they aren't stored anywhere else except for the backup you make of your flash drive.

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For future reference, you can download a zipped copy of flash at any time by going to Main - Boot Device - Flash - Flash Backup

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Just now, trurl said:

/boot is your flash drive and they aren't stored anywhere else except for the backup you make of your flash drive.

Ah, I get what your saying now.   I do have a backup, but it is not as current as it should be.  And there are several docker's that I've added and configured since my last backup.  The docker's are all there and active/running.  But since the corresponding XML files are missing I can't edit them.  Do you know of a way to have Community Apps recreate them without reinstalling over the docker?

 

 

1 minute ago, trurl said:

For future reference, you can download a zipped copy of flash at any time by going to Main - Boot Device - Flash - Flash Backup

 

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2 minutes ago, R-Rizzo said:

Do you know of a way to have Community Apps recreate them without reinstalling over the docker?

Community Apps relies on those xml files from your flash.

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23 minutes ago, R-Rizzo said:

Ah, I get what your saying now.   I do have a backup, but it is not as current as it should be.  And there are several docker's that I've added and configured since my last backup.  The docker's are all there and active/running.  But since the corresponding XML files are missing I can't edit them.  Do you know of a way to have Community Apps recreate them without reinstalling over the docker?

 

 

 

From the Docker Page, you would have to make a note of all the paths / ports for each app and then recreate them.

 

30 minutes ago, R-Rizzo said:

I was deleting them manually from "/boot/config/plugins/dockerMan/templates-user"  Is there a backup stored somewhere else?

 

Future reference, you can delete them from Apps - Previous Apps.  That way, only the ones you aren't currently using will show and you can clean it up there safely.

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So yesterday's update fixes the display aberration under certain circumstances when searching, along with enhancing the swipe to change page when using a mobile device.  It also removes the "Reinstall using defaults" icon when on the Installed Apps section.

 

This icon would cause confusion as to the difference between it and the edit icon, and was probably only used by less than 1% of the users for a very specific purpose (installing a second instance of an application).  It can be re-enabled from CA's settings

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Mistyped which section reinstall using defaults show on

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The description text of many apps are over the icons.

Unfortunately I can't install a lot of apps because I can't click on the icons that are under the text.

 

I'm using Linux Mint Cinnamon 18.3 with Firefox 65.0.1 (64-bit).

 

I already tried to zomm in and zoom out but it didn't solve the problem.

 

Unraid-apps.png

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What version of unRaid? Can you try a different browser?  I can't replicate via Firefox running on a Windows box.

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unRaid 6.6.7

Works nice with Chromium Version 72.0.3626.119 (Official Build) Built on Ubuntu , running on LinuxMint 18.3 (64-bit)

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On 3/6/2019 at 7:07 AM, Trapizomba said:

unRaid 6.6.7

Works nice with Chromium Version 72.0.3626.119 (Official Build) Built on Ubuntu , running on LinuxMint 18.3 (64-bit)

The way it seems to me is that your version of firefox isn't rendering anything correctly.  The only way you should be able to see 6 columns when you're on at maximum 1920px across is either setting the zoom of the browser very small or setting the dynamix font size to be very small AND a zoom level very small

 

In your case, it appears that the font-size is relatively a normal size and the zoom is more or less normal, but your browser is deciding to ignore the box sizes I've specified which it does not do on a Windows platform (nor any other browser I can throw at it or Safari on a Mac, or my phones / tablet's browsers)

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On 3/5/2019 at 7:39 AM, Trapizomba said:

I'm using Linux Mint Cinnamon 18.3 with Firefox 65.0.1 (64-bit).

I'm on Mint Cinnamon 19 with the exact same version of FF and it works fine. I'm confident it's an issue specific to your system, not something @Squid can fix.

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Thanks for this great plugin!

 

Currently, I'm looking for the docker Paperless and can't find it within CA. Is there a reason for this?

I already tried the settings for depreciated and incompatible Apps. I'm aware that I can add repositories but I thought CA was based on hub.docker.com and I can find Paperless there.

 

Thanks for your help :)

 

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5 minutes ago, Symon said:

I thought CA was based on hub.docker.com

It is based on dockers which are supported in this forum. You can enable docker hub searches in Settings in the Apps page, but since there are no Unraid templates for those you will have to set them up yourself based on whatever info you can get at docker hub.

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If I understand how things work, the available apps are packaged with settings specifically for unraid, and are maintained by unraid users.   Nobody has done one for Paperless apparently.   In settings, you can turn on "enable additional search results from dockerhub" at which point, you will be able to click the whale at the top of your search results to search dockerhub. 

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2 hours ago, trurl said:

It is based on dockers which are supported in this forum. You can enable docker hub searches in Settings in the Apps page, but since there are no Unraid templates for those you will have to set them up yourself based on whatever info you can get at docker hub.

 

2 hours ago, sturgismike said:

If I understand how things work, the available apps are packaged with settings specifically for unraid, and are maintained by unraid users.   Nobody has done one for Paperless apparently.   In settings, you can turn on "enable additional search results from dockerhub" at which point, you will be able to click the whale at the top of your search results to search dockerhub. 

Thanks for the answers.

 

Is there somewhere a description on how to create such templates? I doubt that my knowledge is good enough to help but it would still be interesting to read / understand how it works :)

 

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19 minutes ago, Symon said:

Is there somewhere a description on how to create such templates? I doubt that my knowledge is good enough to help but it would still be interesting to read / understand how it works :)

 

https://forums.unraid.net/topic/57181-real-docker-faq/#comment-566084

 

In order to get a template considered for inclusion in CA, you must create a support thread for it. That means you support it.

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Just now, flippedcracker said:

When I try to install the plugin, I get this error:

 

 

More than likely, Network Settings, and make sure your gateway is set to your router's IP address, and use 208.67.222.222 and 208.67.220.220 as the DNS addresses

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1 hour ago, Squid said:

More than likely, Network Settings, and make sure your gateway is set to your router's IP address, and use 208.67.222.222 and 208.67.220.220 as the DNS addresses

🤙 Thanks!

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