[Xerte-dev] Re: Possible icons in Workspace
ronm at mitchellmedia.co.uk
Tue Oct 29 06:46:13 GMT 2013
Looks good and I can see it would be useful for existing users with a number of projects etc but as you say could quickly become cluttered and I think possibly confusing for new users in particular.
I wondered about a checkbox/toggle which is off and not showing the icons by default? (see attached)
Then I wondered if instead of Show properties that should say Check properties or Quick properties.
Then I wondered if the icons would be shortcuts to that section of the properties panel e.g. a bit like Moodle edit icons
I wondered if it could be a possible problem where long project names are used or different languages like Tom's recent margin resize for Dutch
Then I wondered how Julian is likely to respond and whether this is this getting a bit removed from the FWS principal ;-)
From: xerte-dev-bounces at lists.nottingham.ac.uk [mailto:xerte-dev-bounces at lists.nottingham.ac.uk] On Behalf Of Smith, John
Sent: 28 October 2013 22:19
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Subject: [Xerte-dev] Possible icons in Workspace
So from my conversation with Pat, I have taken a look at the feasibility of adding icons to Workspace to show-at-a-glance certain statuses:
Shared with a collaborator
(there may be others we can do that i'm not aware of)
I have rewritten the SQL query for Workspace to gather the required data and implemented the icons but as you can imagine Workspace soon gets cluttered (see image XOT_Icons_All). I have also been playing with the idea of only showing the images for the row that is selected (XOT_Icons_Selected) - but then I know you can select more than 1 row so not sure how to handle that...
What do you think? I'm looking for ideas...
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