Yes, I realize that, as we discussed higher up in this thread, but the weblink confuses the logged in users greatly, and we would like to have a way to show the full URL for folders when someone creates a weblink. Clearly we are not moving forward on this topic. I will see if I can find someone to help me hack our idea into the core. Thank you.
Specifically looking for a way to have a contextual menu item that will let the user copy a URL to the folder like this:
https://www.mydomain.com/documents/#/path/to/folder instead of the shortlink.
Unfortunately the guess users feature does not fill our need.
An alternative solution would be if we can create a plugin for Filerun, to add a new contextual menu-item giving the various additional options we want. We would be happy to pay for these features if someone can support us on this endeavour.
We can re-apply the change after an upgrade. Do you know which file we need to alter to have the weblink not show only for folders?
Alternative solution, which would be workable: Can we disable, in the JS code, the weblink share menu item from the contextual menu only for folders?
Not ideal, as we would need to ensure the users know to look under Weblink->advanced->File Requests->Enable file request. (Allow visitors to upload files.). When what we really need is simply a direct link to the URL for folders. All visitors (users) should be able to upload files easily.
Perhaps this is not possible with Filerun?
Understood about finding the private URL in the browser URL bar. In our instance, the users are still using the Contextual Weblink to generate the URL, which, when clicked on, leads to a page where other users cannot upload files. We were hoping we could circumvent the issue by having the contextual weblink menu return the same URL as in the address bar for URLs.
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