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-- DESCRIPTION -- This is the Drupal 7 port of the Editable Fields module. It is still a work in progress, but the current version is seriously streamlined. The Editable Fields module allows node fields to be edited on a node's display (e.g. at node/123), not just on the node edit pages (e.g. node/123/edit). It also works within views allowing you to edit multiple nodes on a single page. Anywhere a formatter can be selected, you can select "Editable". -- CONFIGURATION -- The module does not have its own configuration page or permissions. People without edit permission for a particular node, will just see the default display. * To make one or more fields of a content type editable, go to "Structure >Content types", and click "manage display" for that content type. For a field to be editable, choose "Editable" from the format drop-down select box. This will make the field editable anywhere the node is displayed (also in views displaying teasers or full content). * To make a view with editable fields, you don't need to do the previous step. Create a view and add some fields to it. On the settings page for each field, choose "Editable" from the "Formatter" select box. NOTE: The title of a node is not a field in Drupal. However, with the Title module (http://drupal.org/project/title) you can turn it into one, and thus make it editable too. -- KNOWN PROBLEMS -- * the 'feature' in the drupal 5 version of this module that allowed a form to be added to the bottom of a view no longer exists - that should be covered by other modules, not this one. * This is a development version which may still have several bugs. See the issue queue for updated information