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FR: Replicator option to set default open/close state #1492

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deanwhillier opened this Issue Jul 7, 2017 · 3 comments

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deanwhillier commented Jul 7, 2017

Expected behaviour

It would be great to have an option, when configuring a replicator fieldset, to specify if the sets should be expanded or collapsed by default when editing a page the replicator fieldset is used in.

Actual behaviour

Sets are always open by default. If there are several sets, each with several fields of their own, the page can get very long and difficult to visualize without first collapsing all sets. I've even had situations where Chrome has difficulty scrolling on slower computers with all the sets open.

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deanwhillier commented Jul 7, 2017

Perhaps even treat sets like accordions, where expanding one will collapse any currently open ones at the same level.

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jasonvarga commented Sep 29, 2017

In an upcoming release, Replicator sets will act like an accordion by default. One set will be open at a time. Unless you choose "expand all", then multiple can be open at a time. Choose "collapse all" to go back to accordion mode. Also, your preference will be remembered across all Replicator fields on the site.

While not exactly what you've requested, we believe it solves the same problem.

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deanwhillier commented Sep 29, 2017

That sounds great, thanks for the update!

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