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Easiest way to use is \Session:: \Input and so on. Depends on your version.

But to be honest - you have to do that all the time. But if you use phpStorm for example - it does that automatically. If not - press LALT + ENTER and select import class :)


ModestasV im using PHPStorm and PHPstorm does that automatically like you say. The thing is, using \Input is ugly (in my opinion). Or am i just whining now?


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