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  • Publisher is EE5 compatible, but it does not currently support the Fluid field.

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Ticket: error in preview mode: “{“error”:“Unable to load the requested class: rte_lib”}”

Status Client Wait
Add-on / Version Bloqs 4.5.1
Severity
EE Version 6.0.0

Josh Brodleit

Dec 30, 2020

looks like similar issue here as well: https://boldminded.com/support/ticket/1880

Getting that same error in EE6/Bloqs 4.5.1. Thoughts?

#1

BoldMinded (Brian)

Dec 30, 2020

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#2

BoldMinded (Brian)

Dec 30, 2020

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#3

Josh Brodleit

Dec 30, 2020

Build looks to have removed the error and seeing output, however, relationship fields in bloq atom not outputting in preview. Happy to send you a screenshot if it’s helpful.

#4

BoldMinded (Brian)

Dec 30, 2020

You’ll need to send more than screenshots for that… simplified code you’re using in the template, and possibly a video of the bloqs settings and the error occurring. The build I sent shouldn’t change any behavior with relationship fields. Were the relationship fields working in previews with the previous build you had and suddenly stopped working? That would surprise me a bit based on what I know what changed in the latest build.

#5

Josh Brodleit

Dec 30, 2020

tbh, no idea…first time I’m testing it in 6. I’ll dm ya some photos.

#6

BoldMinded (Brian)

Dec 30, 2020

Can you attach the photos to the ticket, or links to them in a private message instead of in Slack? I’d like to keep everything attached to this ticket if possible.

#7

Josh Brodleit

Dec 30, 2020

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#8

BoldMinded (Brian)

Dec 30, 2020

Can you simplify that template, and remove everything that isn’t necessary to render the Relationship field? I’m not even sure which part of that template is the Relationship field. This is working for me locally… can you reproduce it in a similar template?

{exp:channel:entries entry_id="{segment_2}"}
    <h1>{title}</h1>
    {bloqs}
        {slab}
        <div data-block-name="slab">
            {heading}
            {close:slab}
        </div>
        {/close:slab}
        {/slab}

        {section}
        <div data-block-name="section">
            {heading}
            {close:section}
        </div>
        {/close:section}
        {/section}

        {video}
        <div data-block-name="video">
            {reel}
            {close:video}
        </div>
        {/close:video}
        {/video}

        {basic_content}
        <div data-block-name="content">
            <h2>{content_heading}</h2>
            {content}
            color: {bloq_var_color}
            {close:basic_content}
        </div>
        {/close:basic_content}
        {/basic_content}

        {simple_table}
        <div data-block-name="simple_table">
         total_rows: {table:total_rows}

            total_columns: {table:total_columns}
            {table}
            {/table}
            {close:simple_table}
        </div>
        {/close:simple_table}
        {/simple_table}

        {simple_grid}
        <div data-block-name="simple_grid">
         total_rows: {grid:total_rows}

            total_columns: {grid:total_columns}
            {grid}
            {/grid}
            {close:simple_grid}
        </div>
        {/close:simple_grid}
        {/simple_grid}

        {featured_entry}
        <div data-block-name="featured_entry">
         Featured:
            {relationship}
             {relationship:title}
            {/relationship}
            {close:featured_entry}
        </div>
        {/close:featured_entry}
        {/featured_entry}
    {/bloqs}
{/exp:channel:entries}
#9

Josh Brodleit

Dec 30, 2020

Odd, I’ve stripped it down to almost nothing and still not outputting in preview in bloqs, but it is on front-end. I tested in a fluid field and working fine there in preview. Any other thoughts?

#10

BoldMinded (Brian)

Dec 30, 2020

Can you share the stripped down template? Does it have embeds or anything in it?

#11

BoldMinded (Brian)

Dec 30, 2020

This is also why a video helps so I can see the full scenario.. is this a brand new entry? Are you editing an existing entry? If an existing entry are you adding new relationship items to a field that already has relationships assigned to it? There is a lot going on that I’m not privy to right now, so it’s hard to say what the issue can be.

#12

Josh Brodleit

Dec 30, 2020

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#13

BoldMinded (Brian)

Dec 30, 2020

Yeah, that helps. Thanks. I feel like something is conflicting or some other variable is in play that we’re not aware of. Have you tried creating a new entry, with a single bloq that has a rel field, and using that same simple template, see if it prints out the values?

#14

BoldMinded (Brian)

Dec 30, 2020

Sorry, I didn’t see your “I’ll test creating a new entry and see if that works” comment 😊

#15

Josh Brodleit

Dec 30, 2020

The test entry caused same issue.

#16

BoldMinded (Brian)

Dec 30, 2020

What happens if you change the field and bloq names so they have different, unique name prefixes?

#17

BoldMinded (Brian)

Dec 30, 2020

The reason I say that is b/c similarly prefixed field pair names were once an issue: https://github.com/ExpressionEngine/ExpressionEngine/issues/55

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