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|0006249||mantisbt||administration||public||2005-09-14 22:40||2017-03-20 11:18|
|Summary||0006249: manage_config_email_page.php "Access Levels" settings design is confusing|
The six "Access Levels" columns on manage_config_email_page.php are quite confusing, especially since they imply a far greater level of control than users actually have. How about changing each row in these columns to the following single column:
[x] Users from [popup1] to [popup2]
[popup1] specifies threshold_min; [popup2] specifies threshold_max. The "[x]" is an enable checkbox. If this is turned off, then threshold_min and threshold_max are both set to NOBODY. In addition, change the "Access levels" header to "By access level".
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The truth is that either of those distinct toggle groups is powerful enough to effectuate the choice by itself and independently from the other. There is no relation between those two.
So maybe splitting this box into two side-by-side boxes can make this point more obvious?
You are onto something :)
MantisBT: master 8b0723eb
Committer: dregad Details Diff
|Enhance wording in management pages
Enhance wording in manage_config_email_page.php and
As discussed in issue 0006249, the manage_config_email_page.php is
confusing. One part of the confusion is caused by wording: it should be
'Any user with access level' instead of 'Access Levels'.
The affected string $s_access_levels is also used in other places.
Changing it would work on manage_config_work_threshold_page.php, but
not on manage_config_workflow_page.php, so we need to add a new message
|mod - lang/strings_english.txt||Diff File|
|mod - manage_config_email_page.php||Diff File|
|mod - manage_config_work_threshold_page.php||Diff File|