File attachment utilities 6.x-1.4

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Program licensingScript Licensing : GPL - GNU General Public License
CreatedCreated : Jan 6, 2011
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The module creates a clearer interface for managing ...

The module creates a clearer interface for managing these tasks.
The problem is that the native one is not intuitive enough.
The Attachments module modifies the interface, as seen by the user, to make the process clearer. It removes the checkbox and replaces it with a button which displays the current action (Keep/Remove), it does the same to the "List" checkbox which is also unclear and displays "Show/Hide" instead.
The changes are implemented through jquery and do not change the underlying functionality.
The display of which file extensions are accepted on the upload page can be replaced by a new, configurable, display list.
Rather than just providing a simple list, extensions can be grouped (such as by overall type: Image, Document, Spreadsheet and so on) and the extensions which belong to those groups can be set. So that when the attachment upload element is displayed a much clearer list of extensions is provided.
There is a default group for any extensions not covered in the groups.
This feature is implemented in the module itself and does not require jQuery to work.
The ability to limit the size of individual file uploads, and also to limit the total file size limit per user already exists in Drupal. However this Attachments module provides the ability to specify a (configurable) limit to the number of files that can be uploaded per node.
When the limit is reached the upload element is replaced by a warning.
This feature is implemented in the module itself and does not require jQuery to work.
The final enhancement is to allow an alternate display style to the usual table format.
The user can select a list style for file attachments instead which displays the attachments as an unordered list. Currently the effect is global for all content types that have file attachments, but will be enhanced to be content-type specific.
This feature is implemented in the module itself and does not require jQuery to work.
Setup Process:
Unpack in your modules folder (usually '/sites/all/modules/')
Enable under Administer > Site Building > Modules
Demands:

• Drupal 6. x

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