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Changes between Version 10 and Version 11 of TracProject/UiGuidelines


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May 22, 2005, 6:07:46 AM (17 years ago)
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    8989 * '''Page Mode Options''', for actions that depend on the current page '''mode''', such as ''View'', ''Modify'', ... these actions are acting on this same page, and therefore should appear as appropriate. All actions should also be rendered as buttons (as active or disabled), as this implies more clearly their nature. Also, you may want in some cases to be able to display these multiple times on the same page, for convenience... such as the "Save Changes", "Cancel" options when editing a wiki page could be in 2 places, below the main textarea as well as below the previewed content.  --mario
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     92One of the things I was hoping for, but haven't run across, is an easy way to edit and extend the existing navigation and page layout using Wiki pages and markup. I have been using [http://www.snipsnap.org SnipSnap] for some time, and have only recently been looking at Trac. I really like the simplicity and features integrated into Trac, but I do miss the ability to use the built-in Wiki editing to manage my page contents. For example: [http://www.snipsnap.org SnipSnap] provides 1 or more portlets, which utilize the standard wiki markup to allow a wiki to customize sidebars and other areas. If I had this capability in Trac, I could then manage and organize my wiki and the various navigation links how I see fit, without having to make changes to the *.cs files or jump through other hurdles. Would this be possible, and if so, how feasible is it with the current codebase?
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