I'm an addicted user of the fantastic Display Suite module to manage the displays of content types. But it sometime happens that after changing the layout of a content type (e.g. Two stacked column) some field doesn't show up. This happened with the location node field solved in this issue by its author.

Now, I'm using the Ubercart Auction module which create a content type called 'product'. When you add a product you fill some auction settings. Then when you load the node it shows a form with auction info and links. This one:

This one

So far so good. Now if I go to admin/structure/types/manage/product/display and change the Layout to Two stacked column I get no field to show this form. I get all other fields (body, title, images,...) but no one to show that auction form.

I know that the field is a form but I don't know how make available as field.

How can I solve this?

@lance: Maybe I should show where are the auction setting in the node. Look this picture:

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  • Is this field probably a view? If yes, try to add the view via View-Field. – Lance May 21 '12 at 19:25
  • Not sure if I fully understand, but if the field is a view then it should be listed in admin/structure/views, rigth? I don't see any auction related view. Please look the lines I added at the bottom of the question – chefnelone May 22 '12 at 7:37
  • Right, probably a deactivated view which you can activate? – Lance May 22 '12 at 7:48
  • there are: uc_product, uc_customers and uc_order views (all of them enabled) but nothing related to an auction table form. – chefnelone May 22 '12 at 8:40
  • I know that the field is a form but I don't know how make available as field. – chefnelone May 23 '12 at 14:58

You need to enable Extra Fields, which allows Display Suite to manage module-created fields. enter image description here

  • I already had it enabled. Should I add a field where it sas "Enter fields line by line, where each line is a combination of entity type, bundle and field name" ? Which one? I don't know the name of the field. I only know that it is a form. – chefnelone May 23 '12 at 17:29
  • I think node|your_product_content_type|uc_auction will do it – Johnathan Elmore May 23 '12 at 18:16

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