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If our client selects a structure managed page from the Wygwam link tool, the URL doesn't always parse, resulting in the occasional {page_XX} instead of the full URL. However if I drag the page that is getting link to around in the Structure tree, and place it back to where it belong the URL is updated.

I suspect this might have something to do with the Transcribe+Structure combination, as there are still a few small bugs here and there with that collaboration, but I can't tell for sure.

I'm on EE 2.5.5, Structure 3.3.8 and Wygwam 2.7

Any ideas?

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  • Hey Magnusland - what versions of EE and all of those add-ons are you on? Can you add that to the original post? Also, if you open your browser's debug console, do you see any JS errors?
    – Lisa
    Apr 30, 2013 at 15:23
  • Hi @LisaWess, I've added this now.
    – Magnusland
    May 6, 2013 at 8:49
  • And no JS errors in the console.
    – Magnusland
    May 6, 2013 at 9:00
  • Magnusland - is you take transcribe out of the picture, does this still occur? Isolating where the issue is would help quite a lot. Also, are you saving the entry while Wygwam is in its normal mode, or is it in source mode? Thank you!
    – Lisa
    May 6, 2013 at 17:00
  • If the problem occurs when you try and reference a page from one language in a Wygwam field of a page in another language then it is probably Transcribe related. It has to do with how Transcribe overrides the site_pages data . If you dump out $pages['uri'] in _get_pages_mod_data method of the Wygwam_helper class you will see the issue when you search for the entry_id (page_{entry_id}) in the array. What complicates fixing this is Transcribe also jacks up the urls in the site_pages array too. :( I am working on a fix, but it doesn't look promising at the moment. Jul 3, 2014 at 18:05

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I can say that it doesn't relate to Transcribe. I have a site where randomly some (but not all) the links set with the Wygwam Structure link browser outputs {page_XX} like you are describing. We are not using Transcribe.

I am also on EE 2.5.5, I was on Structure 3.3.8 (now on 3.3.10), and Wygwam 2.7 (now 2.7.1).

I'm not really sure if the upgrade to Structure or Wygwam has fixed the issue. I don't have a way to reliably reproduce it. But I have seen the issue, and am also concerned.

Hopefully that helps figure things out.

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  • James, if you see this crop up again, can you let me know? Leaving it in its broken state may also help. Also, could you try the modification here: expressionengine.stackexchange.com/questions/9631/… and see if it helps?
    – Lisa
    May 28, 2013 at 21:08
  • I'll keep a look out for sure. I can't say they'd be too thrilled for me to keep it in the broken state... but perhaps I can do a DB dump of that cell. I did see the modification in that other post. I was actually the one that responded. I'm a little hesitant though to hack the module and would prefer of course an official fix. I just don't want to introduce potentially more issues by using the hack.
    – James
    May 29, 2013 at 17:48
  • That hack is temporary, it is reported as a bug so we'll get an official fix out there. You can always back up your files to roll back the hack if it doesn't work; it should not impact upgrades though. And yes,a db dump in the broken state would be good. :)
    – Lisa
    May 29, 2013 at 18:07
  • ok, I found an example with both the Structure page link not resolving and an Asset linked image not resolving. Where should I send it to?
    – James
    May 31, 2013 at 18:26

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