It might be a nag to answer the question “Do you really want to delete this entry?”, but it’s much safer, especially for people with butterfingers. It’s especially important for the Engineer field because removing an item will remove every sub item as well.
I clicked an item and on the trash icon (that will hide on delete):
I clicked on the parent and the trash icon. In this case the children will be removed as well:
It’s much easier now when you have the visual preview of what will be deleted.
engineer.debug is enabled in the config it will register a set of blueprints that can be used for debugging. For you as a user it can be used as a inspiration to get started. So far there is just one blueprint and it will list all fields. Be aware that it only works for Kirby 2.5.2 because of a bug.
engineer.label.fallback is no longer available or needed.
width from the previous version has been changed to
rowWidth to not collide with the native
From the changelog:
Feature - Delete warning message.
Feature - Delete area preview.
Breaking change - The
width option for rows is renamed
rowWidth instead. It will make it more future proof and prevent collisions with
width on the root of the engineer field.
Breaking change - The option
engineer.label.fallback is removed. No good reason for a label fallback.
Bug fixes - Minor issues.
Docs - Because of some recent Panel bugs I pushed the requirement to Kirby 2.5.2.
I was about to include support for the list field, but a last minute DOM bug with that field prevented me from support it with this release.