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Advanced Module Manager

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Is SPPB Pro compatible with Advanced Module Manager?

I have excluded a module from appearing on any URL that contains '/edit/' but it's not working.

It used to work until I upgraded to the latest version of SPPB Pro.

Has something changed?

15 Answers

Paul Frankowski - Staff

2 weeks ago #Permalink
Hi,
In last update, we didn't change anything Edit related. Only 2 things which you can see in the changelog,
but maybe RegularLabs changed something.
OR
Do you have more than two components? for example, Akeeba Tools likes to block anything.

johnny

2 weeks ago #Permalink
I updated from a v3.6.2 to v3.7.4

I do have akeeba tools installed, but I don't see why this would prevent advanced module manager from working?

I have two sites, one developmemt and one live.

The live site has V3.7.4 installed and amm works.
The development site has v3.6.2 and amm doesn't work.

Paul Frankowski - Staff

2 weeks ago #Permalink
SPPB 3.6 is not supported, old version.
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The more extensions (also outdated) you have the bigger possibility of conflicts etc.
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I do have akeeba tools installed, but I don't see why this would prevent advanced module manager from working?


Both of those extensions are not ours, so the wrong support forum.
You have to check, disable one by one, to check which one make this mess.

johnny

2 weeks ago #Permalink
SPPB 3.6 is not supported, old version.
----
The more extensions (also outdated) you have the bigger possibility of conflicts etc.
---


The only outdated extension I have is SPPB, and it's the only one causing issues.


Both of those extensions are not ours, so the wrong support forum.


I realise they aren't yours, however I thought this forum was about providing support and help, I'm not expecting you to 'fix' extensions you didn't develop.

There appears to be a few support queries on this forum regarding AMM, which is one of the most popular Joomla extensions in the world. It would be good to receive some assistance rather than

Like I said,

The live site has SPPB V3.7.4 installed and amm works.
The development site has SPPB v3.6.2 and amm doesn't work.

There are no other differences in the sites. So I don't need to `disable one by one, to check which one make this mess.` - seems pretty obvious that it's related to some change with SPPB.

johnny

2 weeks ago #Permalink

Both of those extensions are not ours, so the wrong support forum.


The reply from AMM developer is;

Yeah, pagebuilder will in many cases override anything Advanced Module Manager tries to do, and uses its own way of assigning stuff.
You should ask them about it...


So, can you advise?

Paul Frankowski - Staff

2 weeks ago #Permalink
Here on the forum, I cannot change SPPB code.
I can only ask developers to check what we can do on this topic.

johnny

2 weeks ago #Permalink
Thank you, because we as customers have no other option if both sets of developers are simply directing us to one another.

In the meantime, there's no way of me hiding a module from the edit page?

By the way, the only reason I need to do this is because since I installed the new version my edit page layout is broken. I have started another topic on this issue.

Paul Frankowski - Staff

2 weeks ago #Permalink
Yes, I noticed.
That's why I also sent you a link to the old version.
At least this I could do fast.

Justin

One week ago #Permalink
I'm also having this issue ... latest versions of PB and Advanced Module Manager. Was there a fix for this?

Paul Frankowski - Staff

One week ago #Permalink
Not yet.

Justin

One week ago #Permalink
I can confirm that this issue is on Advanced Module Manager's side. I tested on an older version of the site I'm having issues with:

- PB 3.7.2 and AMM 7.12.4 ... works properly
- PB 3.7.4 and AMM 7.12.4 ... works properly
- PB 3.7.4 and AMM 7.12.5 ... breaks/loads modules that shouldn't be loading

I'll bring it to their support's attention.

@ johnny ... quick fix is to install v7.12.4 again (no need to remove 7.12.5 first).

Paul Frankowski - Staff

One week ago #Permalink
It means that this time RegularLabs update made some mess.

Thanks Justin

johnny

One week ago #Permalink
I can confirm that this issue is on Advanced Module Manager's side. I tested on an older version of the site I'm having issues with:

- PB 3.7.2 and AMM 7.12.4 ... works properly
- PB 3.7.4 and AMM 7.12.4 ... works properly
- PB 3.7.4 and AMM 7.12.5 ... breaks/loads modules that shouldn't be loading

I'll bring it to their support's attention.

@ johnny ... quick fix is to install v7.12.4 again (no need to remove 7.12.5 first).


Great work for finding this out Justin!

Justin

One week ago #Permalink
I can confirm that this issue is on Advanced Module Manager's side. I tested on an older version of the site I'm having issues with:

- PB 3.7.2 and AMM 7.12.4 ... works properly
- PB 3.7.4 and AMM 7.12.4 ... works properly
- PB 3.7.4 and AMM 7.12.5 ... breaks/loads modules that shouldn't be loading

I'll bring it to their support's attention.

@ johnny ... quick fix is to install v7.12.4 again (no need to remove 7.12.5 first).


Great work for finding this out Justin!


Glad I could help!

johnny

One week ago #Permalink
There seems to be a fix for this in the new release, i've not tested yet https://www.regularlabs.com/extensions/advancedmodulemanager/changelog#v7.12.6


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