Just for improvement here are 3 possible issues (in CSVI Pro 7.5.1 with Joomla! 3.6.8) you might check on, nothing really serious:
- When creating a new template and editing it immediately after finishing the process only the "Details" tab is displayed.
[img alt=File settings, wizard]https://www.evernote.com/l/AaysYjQoWY1LNabJGlPCuaOBrVeAyPOqHI8B/image.png[/img]
There are no "Source", "Files", "Options", "Fields" tabs. It doesn't matter if I just click on the template name or tick the box to the left of the name and then on the button "Edit", I only get the "Details" tab.
But once I change to a different view (for example I go to the "Dashboard", or click on any other menu item) and come back and edit the template, all the tabs are shown and accessible.
- When creating a new template with the wizard the "File" settings are not saved.
In the creation steps of a new template I set the following:
Autodetect delimiters > No
Field delimiter > ;
Text Enclosure > "
I'm Mac > Yes
Use file for configuration > Yes
Skip first line > Yes
[img alt=File settings, wizard]https://www.evernote.com/l/AazmeI7-TKJBWZ-Ja9USmkx5WqMeMMo6GxwB/image.png[/img]
I finalized the template, edited it, but in the "File" area the settings were back to default:
Autodetect delimiters > [color=#ff0000]Yes[/color]
I'm Mac > [color=#ff0000]No[/color]
Use file for configuration > [color=#ff0000]Yes[/color]
Skip first line > [color=#ff0000]No[/color]
When I set the delimiters to "Yes" I saw
Field delimiter > [color=#ff0000],[/color]
Text Enclosure > [empty]
[img alt=File settings, default]https://www.evernote.com/l/AayPa9OYQQRF1KcybVeTrkLJNsxvjqYonxsB/image.png[/img]
So none of the entries I made were saved. I applied my settings again, and saved. When I edited the template once more I found my custom settings were properly saved.
- Clicking on the component's "Back" button in the toolbar after a successful import is finished results in a "404 (Not Found)" error page.
[img alt=back button]https://www.evernote.com/l/AayAFSponRNAc6iPVUOhjwdp8BrYnQ56mUUB/image.png[/img]
Maybe this should be revised and fixed.