views fusion & sort criteria

Submitted by fago on Mon, 09/11/2006 - 11:00
I 've done more work on the views fusion module. Now it's able to fuse sort criteria too. Be sure to apply the latest patch to views, if you update your views fusion installation :)

malford121 (not verified)

Mon, 09/11/2006 - 11:11

Fago, first of all great stuff with all the modules you've created, it adds alot of flexability to drupal profiles. The only thing i dont understand is how comes I can access other users profiles and edit there information such as "I'm interested in:" and save it. (not verified)

Mon, 09/11/2006 - 21:47

In reply to by malford121 (not verified)

thanks, for this note! I had configured the taxonomy_access module wrong on this site. Thanks for this pointer! Don't worry, this wasn't a bug of the nodeprofile modules. Everything's fine :)

jackxwu (not verified)

Wed, 09/27/2006 - 09:18

Hi Wolfgang, i am new to drupal so maybe this is a naive question. when i create user profiles the old way, by using profile module, i can see my profile by clicking on the "My Account" link. now that i am using your modules, the profile becomes a node. how do i link My Account to the node? (or nodes). should i just remove "My Account" link and add another link which points to the profile node? how do i do that so that the link points to the user's own node?