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A pr to point to `lithified.css` sounds like a good idea. blainesch
I forked and amended that. Fix is so trivial, not sure if I should create a pull request. Thanks for tracing that missing css! The whole li3 project seems so quiet. I hope it's because it was done so well that there isn't need for much amendments! It *is* done very well, far as I can tell. Docs not exactly made for newbies, though. hannwong
Yes, it was deleted [here](https://github.com/UnionOfRAD/framework/commit/a088b204b6bb8f2a4afdb34ae5a25919414946f0) as part of the base 'framework'. It appears to have been moved to `lithified.css`. https://github.com/UnionOfRAD/framework/tree/master/app/webroot/css blainesch
fixed in the last dev. jails
I had tried this out before and have repurposed the code as an Li3 plugin: https://github.com/davidgolding/li3_action_filter You can see from this example it's just a basic extension of the `Dispatcher::_call` method to allow filtered logic to be attached to a controller action. A filter within a filter. Maybe not the most elegant solution, but it's proven workable for my needs and might provide a quick-and-dirty option for this issue. davidgolding
it looks like `delete()` needs to be updated to handle a different style of return value (looks like the same style as `update()` now). nateabele