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devel:versiontwentythreecleanupdone [2008/03/30 08:52]
amatubu
devel:versiontwentythreecleanupdone [2008/03/30 12:28] (current)
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 +  * magnet-page.thtml still uses error02.  We need to get rid of the old style errors and status messages and move to the new shellErrorMessage and shellStatusMessage?
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 +  * When operating in multi-user mode the UI does not indicate the POPFile username. This can lead to some confusion - perhaps the "Logout" link could mention the username, e.g. Logout (username)?
 +    * Rather than with the logout text we could put it in front of the POPFile title heading so it would be more visible.  
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 +  * When operating in single user mode (POPFile Classic) the USERS tab appears on all UI pages **except** ADMINISTRATION (in single user mode the USERS tab should never be shown).
 +    * This can be fixed by re-using the Header_If_SingleUser template var instead of Users_If_Single on line 94 of common-middle.thtml.  Both are used for the same purpose (telling the template when we are in single user mode), do we really need two vars?
 +      * Actually there is a problem with that var anyway, it doesn't affect the page right away.  After form submit the resulting page still appears as the previous state.  Reloading or loading another page corrects this.  See next problem.
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 +  * Change to Header_If_SingleUser template variable does not affect page layout right away.  Requires extra page reload.  To show this, change between single and multiuser mode and see that the Logout link next to Shutdown either appears or does not appear when it should.
  * The single message view links on the history page have some odd stuff.  What is start_message=0 for (it doesn't appear to do anything) and why are there two &s after it?:   * The single message view links on the history page have some odd stuff.  What is start_message=0 for (it doesn't appear to do anything) and why are there two &s after it?:
 
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