Written by Danny Richardson for Pixel Primate, V1.5.2
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Copy the files over to
Just select the
Duplicate option from a collection index page or the pages.. er, page.
Now translatable (thanks Rias500 and rrelmy!) so also add in a translation for your locale if needed. If you add in any other languages please create a pull request to add them here.
1.5.1 - Added some checks to stop hackers doing hacking stuff, like rigging the US election
This could be much smarter - the alogorithm that names the files could be more intelligent (see comments) - the script should listen for, and run after, a Vue event, not the current XHR hijack which is really hacky
If you want to help please create a pull request or contact me!