[Phpmyadmin-devel] saving server, db and table in cookie

Marc Delisle Marc.Delisle at cegepsherbrooke.qc.ca
Wed Aug 2 15:30:23 CEST 2006

Sebastian Mendel a écrit :
> Marc Delisle schrieb:
>> Sebastian Mendel a écrit :
>>> Marc Delisle schrieb:
>>>> Sebastian Mendel a écrit :
>>>>> Marc Delisle schrieb:
>>>>>> Michal Čihař a écrit :
>>>>>>> On Wed, 02 Aug 2006 07:47:04 -0400
>>>>>>> Marc Delisle <Marc.Delisle at cegepsherbrooke.qc.ca> wrote:
>>>>>>>> When you return to the same db, you would be happy. When you have to 
>>>>>>>> switch, you have to choose it anyway from the left panel. So ?
>>>>>>> Loading table listing with many tables can take long time...
>>>>>>> Simply I prefer being always brought to welcome page :-).
>>>>>> Ok I see your point. On a multi-user installation of PMA, how a
>>>>>> $cfg['RememberLastPosition'] (be it true of false) will please everyone?
>>>>> with set to false, phpMyAdmin can present a link on the main.php that
>>>>> will 'warp' them to the last opened object
>>>> Not a bad idea! So PMA would always remember these in a cookie; Michal 
>>>> has a problem with what PMA does with what is remembered :)
>>>> The setting could be named ShowLastPosition, true would warp 
>>>> automatically and false would provide a warp link.
>>> ShowLastPosition = false
>>> Should automatically switch to last position? This is confusing, isn't it?
>> ShowLastPosition = true  automatically switches to last position
>> ShowLastPosition = false provides a link to go to last position
> oh
> but 'Show' does not imply that the user will automatically switched to
> last position
> possibilities are: Remember..., Switch..., Open..., StartWith...
AutoLastPosition does imply the automatic idea. But if the team prefers 
Remember, no problem. It's just that "remember" for me means "store in a 
cookie", not what you do with what is remembered.


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