[pmwiki-users] WikiForms issues
Hugo Fjelsted Alrøe
Hugo.Alroe at agrsci.dk
Wed Jul 6 06:59:21 CDT 2005
I have begun using this excellent issue tracking tool, and it works well in most ways - Thank you, John, for being so helpful. I do have a few more suggestions and questions, though.
1. Could the layout of the issue pages be made more condensed? Compare for instance the layout of WikiForms http://orgprints.org/wiki/Issues/00005 and PITS http://www.pmwiki.org/wiki/PITS/00279. I think there could be just one line for each field, like in PITS. With the WikiForms CSS styling, this would still be clear and you would be able to see more of what the issue was about on one screen page.
2. Is it necessary to go by way of the edit forms to save the page when the form has been submitted? Why not just go directly to the saved page (and make the Submit button a Save button)? It is nice that there is both the option of edit form and edit page, but the extra step makes edit form a bit confusing for the new user, I think, and more cumbersome for experienced users.
3. Besides all the ways of ordering and including fields in the wikilist directive, is it possible to set a default ordering like the one set in the template? E.g. (:wikilist -*priority:) and (:wikilist +*assignedto:) will show two differently ordered lists by default, even though they are not default in the template? (I know the lists can be ordered by the user clicking the headings, so this is only a minor issue).
Hugo - orgprints.org
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