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  • Hey John thanks for your answer.

    Im not happy that the backend then looks like before Gutenberg. It is quite disturbing for the backend-user to have two different views. Is there a roadmap to solve this issue?

  • Ok, thank you.

    I came up with a new solution just to count the number of values inside the two arrays:

        add_action('acf/save_post', 'my_project_updated_send_email_custom', 10);
        function my_project_updated_send_email_custom( $post_ID ) {
            /* new and old field value */
            $dokumenteOld = get_field('field_5ba11346c0289', $post->ID);
            $dokumenteNew =  '';
            if (isset($_POST['acf']['field_5ba11346c0289'])) {
                $dokumenteNew = $_POST['acf']['field_5ba11346c0289'];
            /* get elements in array */
            $countOld = count($dokumenteOld);
            $countNew = count($dokumenteNew);

    Now the problem is that both containt the same number of values when i a add a new line in the repeater field (the new count). I also can see the new value in both arrays.

    Sorry, this is the last quesiton i ask i promise. Thank you so much for your help!

  • Hey John, i did exactly as you described. My code is always executing. Is it possible because i use a repeater field which gives me back an array? Is it possible to check if a repeater field is changed?

  • Thank you so much for your help John. It helped me and i tried to get my solution. Im not the greatest programmer on earth and so my solutionis still not working. Can you maybe show me a short example of how i can compare the two field values inside my function and check if they are the same?

    Thank you much and best regards.

  • Thank you, this helped me a lot. I know use an if statement in the template to check if it is a gif file and if then use the original image.

    <?php if (exif_imagetype($image['url']) != IMAGETYPE_GIF) { ?>
    <img src="<?php echo $image['url']; ?>" alt="<?php echo $image['alt']; ?>" />
    <?php } else { ?>
    <img src="<?php echo $image['sizes']['thumbnail']; ?>" alt="<?php echo $image['alt']; ?>" />
    <?php } ?>
  • Hi John

    Thanks for your help. Sorry but i dont know how to use this acf-prepare_field for a specific field to set it read-only. Can you give me an example? Do i need the field key?

  • I just got back the id of the taxonomy. Which is actually what i need. I always thought it would give me back an array.

    Now everything works!

    Thanks for your help!

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