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[ACP/Forums Suggestion] Suggestions for the list of forums. #1314

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baxandrei opened this Issue Nov 20, 2018 · 4 comments

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baxandrei commented Nov 20, 2018

1. Forums to be displayed differently from the categories to make it easier to differentiate. (http://prntscr.com/lkl7dq)

2. Drag and drop to sort categories and forums more easily.

  1. The ability to change when editing a forum or a category, its type (to be changed from forum to category and vice versa).

  2. When editing a forum, select the parent forum, list of forums to be ordered . Like here: #1129

  3. Also, the list here #1129 and the one with parent forums (select) needs to show the categories and the forums differently to make it easier to differentiate.

Category
 - Forum 1
 - Forum 2

Category 2
 - Forum 1
 - Forum 2
   - Sub Forum 1
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samerton commented Nov 20, 2018

  1. added in eff35f8
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samerton commented Nov 20, 2018

The problem with 1. is forums will always be shown in the order set by the user. This does not take parent forums into account; this would break when you try to change forum order.

For that reason, I can add the indent to show a forum is not a parent, but it would not always be underneath its parent unless the user has set the order that way.

Maybe adding "Parent: forum name" to all subforums might be a better approach (along with indentation).

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samerton commented Nov 20, 2018

  1. added in da1d403
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baxandrei commented Nov 20, 2018

thanx

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