You can also use laravel's eager loading feature.
That's probably because those URI names are already used by the user module.
You can set the active theme in your controllers if you need to overwrite that. This will enable you to use a layout from a certain theme.
You can do that using the Stylist class, $stylist->activate('Flatly');
I'd do as you first had it. Having the views in the module, and the controller rendering that view.
This was fixed in the following PR: https://github.com/AsgardCms/Translation/pull/31
This is now added on asgardcms v2, updated the documentation as well.
Thanks again for the tip.
Thanks ! Will do.
Thanks for noticing the issue, I will look into it asap.
Please open a new post for that.
It's built on trusted packages like laravel or sentinel for ACL.
But feel free to go ahead and let us know.
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