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Allow claims to be revoked from TransactionList #581

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kauffj opened this Issue Sep 18, 2017 · 6 comments

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kauffj commented Sep 18, 2017

As a user, I may want to use TransactionList to see past supports, publishes, claims, etc. It would be convenient to have the ability to reclaim credits from this screen.

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I will get to this once I figure the rest of abandon related stuff. One of them is directly related to abandoning claims(with supports and tips #625).

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hackrush01 commented Oct 16, 2017

I will get to this once I figure the rest of abandon related stuff. One of them is directly related to abandoning claims(with supports and tips #625).

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Good progress so far, but I'm sure there will be some confusion going forward. When an action is taken, the icon disappears and a new transaction is created (which is not apparent immediately). Maybe some grouping in the future?

Other areas of possible confusion:

  1. users won't understand why they can take action in some cases but not others - i.e. a publish and then an update - the publish has no action available, but the update does.

  2. Previously revoked/claimed items won't show an action - the only history is the resulting transaction. Maybe some indication an action was already taken?

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tzarebczan commented Nov 9, 2017

Good progress so far, but I'm sure there will be some confusion going forward. When an action is taken, the icon disappears and a new transaction is created (which is not apparent immediately). Maybe some grouping in the future?

Other areas of possible confusion:

  1. users won't understand why they can take action in some cases but not others - i.e. a publish and then an update - the publish has no action available, but the update does.

  2. Previously revoked/claimed items won't show an action - the only history is the resulting transaction. Maybe some indication an action was already taken?

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@hackrush01 shouldn't this make publishes revokeable?

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kauffj commented Nov 9, 2017

@hackrush01 shouldn't this make publishes revokeable?

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It does... Maybe you misunderstood what I was saying? But if you publish and then update, the update is now revokeable but the publish isn't (since the bid for the claim is now at a different address)

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tzarebczan commented Nov 9, 2017

It does... Maybe you misunderstood what I was saying? But if you publish and then update, the update is now revokeable but the publish isn't (since the bid for the claim is now at a different address)

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Yep, nm.

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kauffj commented Nov 9, 2017

Yep, nm.

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Merged

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lyoshenka commented Nov 10, 2017

Merged

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