Joe Van Dyk wrote:
What's the best way of making one filter the default for all the
pages? (and hiding the selector)
 I think you can use the Settings Extension (details on Summer Reboot
at http://wiki.radiantcms.org/Settings_Extension) to expose the setting
to the Admin area for you to set the default filter.
 The same could be done by setting it directly in the config files.
(details on Summer Reboot at
http://wiki.radiantcms.org/Customizations_II) - I guess the setting is
called something like Radiant::Config['defaults.page.filter']
 I don't know how to hide the selector. Perhaps someone else could help?
 Could you not disable the other filter (none would still have to
stay, I guess) in the Extensions page?
Hope this helps.
10/2/2008 | 12:20 PM.
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