Issues and Patches

Patches are a common thing when you work with Drupal. They are pieces of code that describes the changes between a before and after state of either a module or core. We commonly use patches to improve the code, add extra functionalities to a module or fix an existing issue. By applying the patch, the issue should no longer exist.

This item uses a few contributed Drupal modules that need to be patched for the theme to work as is designed. However, if you have purchased this item, you shouldn't worry about applying patches because the package includes already patched modules.

This document is for informational purposes only so that in the future if you update some of the modules below you should follow the module's issue, and you may need to apply a patch if the module maintainer does not have fixed the problem yet. If you use a composer managed version of the theme, you don't have to worry about applying patches. The patches are listed in the composer.json file, and they will be automatically applied when you perform an update on a patched module.


Page Manager

issue: Incorrect page_title title in browser toolbar
patch: #37 - page_manager-incorrect-page_title-2752227-37-8.x.4.x.patch


Panels

issue: Page title does not display
patch: #27 - panels--page_title_does_not_display--2869412-27.patch

issue: Changes to Layout not being saved
patch: #16 - panels-fix_updating_layout-2824632-16-D8.patch


Panelizer

issue: PanelizerWizardContextForm calls parent constructor without enough arguments under CTools 3.1
patch: #8 - 3031671-8.patch


Poll

issue: Most Recent Poll - Question title is Displayed as Block Title
patch: #7 - question-title-is-displayed-as-block-title-2923946-8.x-1.x-dev-7.patch


Mailchimp

issue: Notice: Undefined property: stdClass::$size in mailchimp_insert_drupal_form_tag()
patch: #6 - suppress-size-notice-2936099-6.patch