[drupal-devel] settings inconsistencies
berdrupal at tiscali.be
Wed Feb 2 09:52:10 UTC 2005
Could be please leverage these discrussions to a higer level?
These issues keep popping up. And whene we solve them on a case-tocase base,
we will never have consistancy. We need one, consistent solution!
> 1) documentation is on http://dev.bryght.com/t/wiki/DrupalRestructure
> 2) working example is at http://consistent.drupaldevs.org/
> Please log in there with your drupal ID, and give me a shout (IM or
> mail) ***NOTE!! the settings and changes wont make any sense for anonymous
> **nor** for registered users. Only adminsitrators see how it should look!**
> So again: Do not start yelling: "it looks like crap" when you do not have
> admin rights there!!
Op woensdag 2 februari 2005 10:07, schreef Boris Mann:
> On Wed, 02 Feb 2005 03:47:36 -0500, Andre Molnar
> <mcsparkerton at yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
> > Dries Buytaert wrote:
> > > That makes the menu too long/flat, IMO.
> > > One alternative would be to have 'access control' and 'profile' tabs
> > > directly under 'admin - user', instead of under 'admin - user -
> > > configure' (one level less deep).
> > Patch to follow if the attached screen capture is what you would like.
> Should be "profile settings" (no "s" on profile).
> And configure contains the following still?
> * settings
> * permissions
> * roles
> Personally, I'd love to have an something like Administer ->
> Permissions that had *just* permissions and roles. Yes, these are tied
> to "users", but they are a separate activity except when actually
> applying roles to users. As well, any node access-related options
> would go in this area (node privacy by role, taxonomy access, etc.).
> Following that method, configure under user becomes just settings, and
> we've eliminated an entire level under user.
> We talk a lot about "setting permissions", but it is at least 4 clicks
> to get to the permissions screen and not visible at all until you are
> at Admin > Users > Configure.
> Boris Mann
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