I don't think it's the controls that are the problem, it's the
limitation. I'm not convinced that there should be 1 and only 1
setting for pagination options. Changing the setting changes the
pagination on the front end as well as the back. Is that the intent?

On Thu, Jun 3, 2010 at 5:26 PM, William Ross <w...@spanner.org> wrote:
> It's a feature! But yes, if it's causing trouble I can make it an opt-in
> feature.
> It would only take one line in sns for it to display pagination controls,
> though.
> Will
> Pardon brevity: small phone, fat thumbs.
> On 3 Jun 2010, at 22:06, Jim Gay <j...@saturnflyer.com> wrote:
>> There's a problem with the way the default pagination was implemented.
>> As you have found, it assumes that all pagination within the admin
>> will take the same pagination settings.
>> Please feel free to post this at http://github.com/radiant/radiant/issues
>> On May 26, 2:53 pm, "D.Kreft" <d...@kreft.net> wrote:
>>> I'm using Radiant 0.9.0...and I'm a Rails n00b, so please bear with me.
>>> Is there a way to turn off pagination? I'm managing a site with a lot of
>>> stylesheets using the "sns" extension and the pagination is biting me in
>>> the
>>> hind quarters--only the first 20 css files are showing up. I don't really
>>> have a need for pagination here but I can't see a clear-cut way to turn
>>> it
>>> off. I tried naively removing the 'will_paginate' gem, but that caused
>>> things to blow up. :-)
>>> Can someone drop a clue on me? I'd sure appreciate it!
>>> -dan

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