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- ExpressionEngine 1.x
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- Multi Site Manager
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- Low Variables
- Content Elements
- Better Workflow
- jQuery for the Control Panel
Gypsy frees your custom fields from their field groups, enabling you to assign them directly to your weblogs.
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This entry was created March 6, 2009, 5:00 am.
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Ian Beck 09.15.09
Gypsy is great, but I find it a LOT more useful when I use it to exclude limited-use fields from some weblogs that share a custom field group rather than using it to include common fields across field groups.
As an exclusionary tactic weblogs can share search excerpt fields, etc.; much more useful.