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TOPIC: How do I either disable or fix modals?

How do I either disable or fix modals? 2 years 2 months ago #38163

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I have a page here: conracsolutions.com/media-sol/case-studies/

It is a "RSFiles! >> List Files" menu item.

All works ok, but when I click on any of the listed files, it goes to a page that has no template... kind of like what a modal would do... only, it isn't a modal. I'd like it to either (1) just open a modal and go from there, or (2) not be a modal and have the form page that comes up just be a normal site page w/ a template.

I don't see any settings for disabling modals, and have tried both the bootstral and other modal setting -- neither work. Any ideas?

This is using RS Files 1.16.7 and RS Form Pro 2.0.11. I didn't set this up... inhereited this setup from a former developer. I believe the page linked to above, furthermore, is an override, as I'm not sure if RSFile and RSForm usually work together like this.
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How do I either disable or fix modals? 2 years 2 months ago #38167

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I didn't see a way to delete this from here, but I've since changed this to a support ticket. If an answer is found, I may post it here for others. :-)
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