[Phpmyadmin-devel] Favourite Tables Drop Down for Navigation Panel
marc at infomarc.info
Sat Feb 15 15:52:21 CET 2014
Le 2014-02-14 07:18, Chanaka Dharmarathna a écrit :
> Hi Dhananjay,
> On Fri, Feb 14, 2014 at 5:25 PM, Dhananjay Nakrani
> <dhananjaynakrani at gmail.com <mailto:dhananjaynakrani at gmail.com>> wrote:
> Are you planing to add radio buttons there without label in
> front..?? Because if there're no labels in front of radio buttons
> then users may get confused.
> Yes, I was. That's why I mention about the tool tips.
I'm not sure that tool tips will do the job, after reading some posts
from blind users. Their screen reader software is relying on labels to
> How about having two groups in the same drop-down. One for recent
> tables and one for favorite tables.
> For example look at the PMA's drop down for column type on table
> creation form. It has got groups in the same drop down. Like a group
> of all the numeric types, another group for all Date and Time types
> and so on.
> Interesting suggestion. Their can be possibility to scroll more down for
> find needed (recent/favourite) table.
> On Fri, Feb 14, 2014 at 5:06 PM, Chanaka Dharmarathna
> <pe.chanaka.ck at gmail.com <mailto:pe.chanaka.ck at gmail.com>> wrote:
> I think the feature request  will be a useful one. As Marc
> mentioned we need the think about saving the space in navigation
> panel. What about use 2 radio buttons to switch between Recent
> Tables and the Favourite Tables with the same drop down as displayed
> in the image . Using a tool tip for radio buttons will help to
> familiar with this feature.
> To make it more configurable, we can use two global variables for
> enabling this feature and for default radio selection (whether
> Recent Tables by default or Favourite Tables by default). I didn't
> look into the implementations yet. But I think it should be possible.
> Appreciate your thoughts on this.
>  : http://sourceforge.net/p/phpmyadmin/feature-requests/1476/
>  : http://i.imgur.com/NGjIvNA.png
> Btw, we use bottom posting , if you are not writing an inline reply. ;)
> Any other suggestions please.
>  : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Posting_style#Bottom-posting
> Regards !
> Chanaka Dharmarathna
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