Right now I have a Views page that shows all results of the content type it filters by. If there is a taxonomy argument present (Contextual argument: Taxonomy ID: validate by Name to taxonomy ID) then of course it filter those results as specified.
Everything works fine. My views structure is this:
Page: for-sale (displays all for sale items).
w/ argument: for-sale/cars (filter just the items that have the taxonomy ID cars).
Everything falls apart when I turn on Path Auto. Path auto has to have the name as my views path with argument.
Before I turn path auto on, my views with argument display correctly. Once I switch it on, taxonomy takes over, and I get the default list of taxonomy terms as if you were viewing them at taxonomy/term/ID.
Obviously path auto, or url aliases, to show taxonomy is firing after my views and rerendering their output.
How can I reverse this? How can I have views fire after PathAuto and maintain the integrity of my view with argument? I know there are a couple modules out there that could help, but I would rather adjust the firing order (weights) in Drupal somehow so that I can void the overhead of a module for just this.
Note, if you are wondering why I am trying to get these to work at the same aliased URL, it's all about duplicate content. For-sale/cars shows the same thing (more or less) as taxonomy/term/23. I need global redirect to automatically handle this issue. Please leave a comment if you know if a way to achieve this differently than how I am currently trying to achieve it.