- AndreaKeymasterAugust 9, 2018 at 7:43 amPost count: 960
- toggelerParticipantSeptember 3, 2021 at 10:59 amPost count: 2
I try tables 5.9.5
From the Manual:
<b>The tag “EULA” is nested inside the tag “Documents”: the files contained in “EULA” are (apparently) not tagged with the tag “Documents”. But if you browse the tag “Documents” you’ll also see the files contained in “EULA”.</b>
I created “Documents” and did put some files in it. When I open the tag “Documents” I see at the right side these Files.
Then I created the tag “Eula” in all categories. Then I put some Files in it. Is ok.
Then I move “Eula” into “Documents” (by drag and drop). It is now under “Documents” (father). I can open “Eula” (child) and see these Files.
But I can no more change to the “Documents” (father) and look at its content.
I can change to any other tag in “All categories*, but from there I cannot not go to “Documents” (father). The chosen other tag stays. I can go to “Eula” (child) however and see the “Eulas” Files. I can also chose any other tag, only the “Documents” (father) is impossible.
When I put “Documents” back to all categories it’s again possible to look into “Documents”
What do I wrong?
- AnonymousInactiveJuly 28, 2023 at 10:36 amPost count: 1
Implementing nested tagging depends on the specific application or system you are using. Some software applications or platforms may have built-in support for nested tagging, allowing you to create parent tags and child tags to create a hierarchical structure. In these cases, you can simply create tags and then nest them under parent tags as needed.
- elegantfinkParticipantAugust 23, 2023 at 2:44 amPost count: 1
Implementing nested labeling is dependent on the application or system being utilized. Some software applications or platforms may have built-in support for nested tagging, allowing you to construct parent tags and child tags to build a hierarchy. In these instances, you can simply generate tags and nest them as necessary under parent tags.
- You must be logged in to reply to this topic.