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Hyphens no longer removed from default asset titles #4011

elivz opened this issue Mar 19, 2019 · 1 comment


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commented Mar 19, 2019

It used to be (unless I'm going crazy) that the default title for an uploaded asset would have any hyphens changed to spaces. So the file "this-is-a-photo.jpeg" would be given the default title "This is a photo". Recently, that seems to have been changed, so now you would end up with "This-is-a-photo".....significantly less nice, imho.

I believe that change was introduced in this commit. Seems like it might be as simple as just changing line 181 in the filename2String() function to:

return StringHelper::upperCaseFirst(implode(' ', StringHelper::toWords($filename, false, true)));

Or maybe this was an intentional change, but it leads to a lot of junk-looking image titles in e.g. Google Image Search results.


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commented Mar 19, 2019

Yeah this seems like an oversight. Made the change you recommended.

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