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I am building a Drupal 7 site using: page manager, Panels, Views and the Answer module.

In the Answer module page and on the Demo site there is an option to put the Answer form in the same page with the question.

  1. How can I do that on my site?
    I can find how to define that..
  2. In addition, how can I do put the answer form on a Panel Page?

Please Note: This Question is different because it dealing with the specific version (7.x-4.0-alpha1) of the answer module. in this version the Answer form can be displayed in the question page. The other question I have asked has no relation to the answer module specifically, although I am trying over few days to achieve the same goal. I already wrote that the answer I got is problematic, and did not solve the problem.

I will be very happy to get any help or suggestions, since I am dealing with this issue for few days without a solution!

  • Please stop editing your posts with single characters just to bump them up to the front page. Also, if you have more information to add to a question you've already asked, please edit the original question. Don't ask it again with slightly different wording. Thanks – Clive Feb 3 '14 at 9:16
  • Please allow this question to be live again. It is not a duplicate, but a different way to achieve the same goal with a different modules or method. In the other question I already explained that the solution is not good and not stable.. – EB84 Feb 3 '14 at 9:27
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    Sorry, it's too close to the other one. If the approach from the duplicate doesn't work, then update the body of that question to explain why, and that you're looking for different approaches. Whether a question is considered duplicate or not doesn't depend on the answers it might get, just the question itself. – Clive Feb 3 '14 at 9:35
  • Also, you really must stop deleting questions just so that you can ask them again and push them up to the top of the front page. I can see that you've done it at least 3 or 4 times now. If your question isn't getting the attention you think it should, then improve the question or offer a bounty. Don't delete it then ask it again to get around the rules - that sort of activity will not be received well. If you didn't know you weren't supposed to do that then no problem, let's just draw a line under it now that you do know, and we'll go from here. Thanks – Clive Feb 3 '14 at 9:51

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