The Allow Duplicate module
The module provides a new setting on 'file' field setting page.
It verifies the file getting uploaded whether already exists or not. If exists it will return an error message.
Helper PHP class for manipulating collections of fields - adding/removing fields from bundles.
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Allows viewing of Watchdog messages for events triggered by users that have since been deleted.
Without this module the detail screen of those message events will appear blank.
Is there another module that handles this? I am going to promote this to a full project but thought I would wait to see if there is another module first.
This module allows site administrators to override the Field Label on any field in the Manage Display settings page. This allows each field to have a different title in different view modes.
The field formatter label settings are found in the Manage display tab for content types, users, and other entities. A text box is available for each field's label, revealed by using the formatter settings edit button (Gear wheel icon) for that field. If no 'Label override' is specified then the default will be used.
- Field formatter settings: Provides the low-level API needed to alter formatter's settings forms.
This module is almost identical to the Field Display Label module, the sole difference being that the label can be overridden in the Manage Display UI (rather than on the field configuration screen).
This module should work just fine with the Field Display Label module in the way you expect. If it is enabled the following logic dictates what a field's label will be:
1. Use the Field Formatter Label override, if it is not specified then:
2. Use the Field Display Label override, if it is not specified then:
3. Use the Field label (as per Drupal core behaviour).