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  3. Friday, March 20 2020, 02:36 PM
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The file upload field works very well, however I have not found any way to remove the uploaded files if necessary, neither on the frontend nor on the backend. Is it necessary to create a unique function for this?
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if the file is required then you will not see the checkbox to delete it. You can choose the file field to be required only on frontend, with this you will create a way for admins to delete this field.
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Thanks for the answer, now I can see the "delete" option. Is it possible that this field is mandatory, and yet the user has the option to remove the file? In this way we prevent the user from sending new files whenever he sends something wrong.

Another option that would be interesting would be to limit the amount of files sent.

Thank you again.
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