-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 Hi list, This morning I've posted a patch that completely reorganises the admin section. The current admin organisation is based on the scaffold, while mine is based on the way people actually use a publication engine. I've set up a demo at http://typodev.fredericdevillamil.com/admin so you can have a look and give me your feedback login admin password admin Cheers Frederic de Villamil - -- Frédéric de Villamil "C'est pourquoi je veux t'aimer / à jamais te louer / toujours t'appartenir / et sans cesses te servir" firstname.lastname@example.org tel: +33 (0)6 62 19 1337 http://fredericdevillamil.com -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v1.4.5 (Darwin) iD8DBQFFxLM5CvkKk5nKviARAuAeAJ4qUkVkdm6J4kV6aYWW7IuX/vb22wCeNhf/ W8n37PX/EG6r17DC7oJL7ho= =Oq/y -----END PGP SIGNATURE-----
on 2007-02-03 18:10
on 2007-02-03 19:39
On 2/3/07, Frederic de Villamil <email@example.com> wrote: > > "C'est pourquoi je veux t'aimer / à jamais te louer / toujours > iD8DBQFFxLM5CvkKk5nKviARAuAeAJ4qUkVkdm6J4kV6aYWW7IuX/vb22wCeNhf/ > W8n37PX/EG6r17DC7oJL7ho= > =Oq/y > -----END PGP SIGNATURE----- > _______________________________________________ > Typo-list mailing list > firstname.lastname@example.org > http://rubyforge.org/mailman/listinfo/typo-list > Nice work. I'm using Typo 4.0.3 and the most annoying thing for me in the Admin interface is how the preview pane makes the view of the browser jump around when the preview it updated. I don't know if this change fixes that or if a previous change fixes it, but its not annoying any longer. I have some free time coming up I'll have get synced up with the edge and start to contribute.
on 2007-02-06 14:45
Frederic de Villamil <email@example.com> writes: > login admin > password admin Mmm... nice reorg. It does make the workings of some of the panes feel a little clunky in some ways (there *has* to be a better way than drag and drop for managing the sidebar!), and I'm not entirely convinced by the placing of some of the panes (surely textfilters belong somewhere under the look and feel pane, for instance), but the basic organization does seem to make a good deal more sense than what's there already. If I don't get beaten to the punch I'll most likely be applying this patch in the near future.
on 2007-02-07 01:59
How about two regular old HTML lists with "Add" and "Remove" buttons between the two? The left list is all possible sidebar pieces, the right list is all chosen sidebar pieces. Next to the right-hand list are up and down arrow buttons (one above the other) for moving the chosen pieces up or down the list. Between the two is a button Config that then makes visible the familiar little config pane for that particular sidebar component further to the side. (ALL) (Chosen) (Config Pane) ----- ----- Up ----- - - Add - - Config - - - - Remove - - Down - - ----- ----- -----
on 2007-02-07 03:16
Personally I like the current typo interface for managing the sidebar. I guess its the whole ajax novelty but I prefer it to the regular old HTML Lists. Perhaps there could be an option to choose which one you want to use in user preferences. John
on 2007-02-07 10:44
on 2007-02-07 16:28
on 2007-02-08 01:24
on 2007-02-08 21:51
With my idea, AJAXy goodness can still be built in to handle the transfer of the listed panes from one column to another without page reloads. Or if we need something less-HTML looking, I'm sure something similiarly simple yet colorful can be put together. My main issue with the current sidebar setup is that when moving a component up and down the list, I can only do so past one or two other existing modules. This makes handling modules more like: slide, page down, slide, page down, slide, page down... So long as that is fixed, I don't care what the solution is. =) Maybe my sidebar is just too full.
on 2007-02-09 04:20
I see I haven't run into that yet since I just started using typo and my side bar is still short. I can see how that would be an issue. John