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I did with javascript because the field type media_library is not an actual input field. I overrided the setMediaUploadFieldValue jQuery function of the media_library_form_element module. (($, Drupal) => { Drupal.behaviors.VideoComponent = { attach: () => { $.fn.setMediaUploadFieldValue = (data, element) => { const mediaElement = ...


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In response to your second question, there is a core issue open regarding editing media items within the field widget: https://www.drupal.org/project/drupal/issues/2985168 There is also a contrib module Media Library Edit. One problem is that you will edit the media entity itself, affecting all usages of the media item.


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but node is null since this is not on a node In user template there is {{ user }} variable wich holds user entity. So just replace "node" with "user" in your snippets.


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You can upload images and create media without the File Entity module and any module fixes. Try this: New "file_upload" REST resource plugin: allows file uploads of any size, creates File entities In your case, the request would be like this: POST /file/upload/media/image/field_media_image?_format=hal_json HTTP/1.1 Content-Type: application/octet-...


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