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In addition please note:
On old version of Umbraco, I could use the following command to do that: parent.right.nameOfaObjectOrClassDunno.TreeNodeClick(1111);(the "1111" is the id of some node)In the current version - this method of "picking" a node, does not exist anymore !The code of every node under the tree looks like this:
If you just use .click() on the node that you want to select it should work, but it will only show the node on the right part of MNTP at the selected nodes. If you don't have any permissions to change anything you can't save it.
Jeroen - Thnx for the reply.
As you can understand - I don't understand Umbraco at all - I'm an amateur java programmer.
Thanks again !
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