Nelson Ko | 23 Jul 16:06 2014

[Tiki-devel] Tiki.org, de.tiki.org and edu.tiki.org upgraded to Tiki 13

Thanks again Torsten (and forgive me if I missed out the others that also helped out) for the work done on the header on doc.tiki.org. I think gezza, JM, and arild helped out with columns and other things too.

Tiki.org, de.tiki.org and edu.tiki.org has been upgraded to Tiki 13 but various things need some adjusting. When you have time, please assist to port over some of the configurations done on doc.tiki.org it will look much better. Thanks!

Nelson.
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Nelson Ko | 23 Jul 15:59 2014

[Tiki-devel] Mandatory field asterisks on next line

I notice that in bootstrap, the asterisks for mandatory fields drop to the next line. Is there a way to fix this?

Patrick also had an idea to flip it around (i.e. optional fields should say (optional), but this is too major a change for 13, and in any case I think needs to be optional feature pref for 14 anyway).

But the asterisks on the next line do need fixing.

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Nelson Ko | 23 Jul 03:47 2014

[Tiki-devel] More than just responsive (conditional loading?)

This article makes a good point that conditional loading and other means (mainly performance enhancing) for mobile to do things (in TIki context) like not loading certain modules at all if it is mobile device makes sense, for performance reasons.


Wondering if anyone has any comments and or suggestions on making the mobile experience even better? 

Is conditional loading (of CSS via javascript, and/or Modules etc..., maybe through a different layout?) something we should aim for, and is TIki 14 a realistic target for that? Just wondering.

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geoff@enmore | 22 Jul 23:56 2014

[Tiki-devel] Tiki13 testing: view tracker item display issues

Hi - just been trying out some different tracker content in my Tiki13 test site and I'm seeing some difficulties since the the formatting has used a quite different layout method where the tracker item names are in a fixed width item defined (amongst other things) by:
 
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Gary Cunningham-Lee | 21 Jul 12:51 2014

[Tiki-devel] Order and terminology of Apply and Reset buttons on admin pages

Hi,

In previous Tiki versions, the "Apply" and "Reset" buttons were in that
order at the top right of the admin pages. In Tiki 13, their positions
have been switched. I'm wondering what the reason for the switch is. It
seems maybe it is more intuitive to have the Apply button first in the
sequence since it is the one people usually want to click. Also, the
order of the buttons on wiki edit pages, etc. is "preview", "save" and
"cancel", which is a similar so there should be consistency. What do you
think?

(To say the truth, I've always thought the "Reset" button is kind of
unnecessary or at least unclear; I've always just navigated away from
the page, etc. if I didn't want to apply my changes. Should "Reset" be
renamed "Cancel" or "Cancel edits" or something, to be consistent with
the wiki edit page terminology? - I used to fear "Reset" would wipe all
my configuration inputs for that admin page. ;-) .)

-- Gary

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Jean Kim | 21 Jul 08:19 2014

[Tiki-devel] Tiki13: Non-fixed width theme?

Is it a bug or
is there a way to have a non-fixed width? 

The following option doesn't seem to do much:
Admin Home -> Look and Feel -> "Fixed Width" 


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geoff@enmore | 21 Jul 08:37 2014

[Tiki-devel] 504 Gateway timeout on dev site

- can't access the dev site at all this morning :-(
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geoff@enmore | 20 Jul 18:18 2014

[Tiki-devel] Tiki13: admin Content template wysiwyg edit screen not showing the right toolbar

OK having got the width of the Content template wysiwyg edit screen right I now see that for some reason it is not using the right toolbar.
 
In my test site, from toolbars admin I have set one specific toolbar config as 'Global' and all the other options use this - toolbars admin does not offer a separate option for Content templates so I would have expected it to use Global or perhaps the Wiki config - but it seems to be using something else entirely.
 
Anyone else seeing this or got any ideas?
 
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Torsten Fabricius | 19 Jul 21:29 2014

[Tiki-devel] Tiki 13 - Layout inconsistency

Hi (especially Gary, gezza, ..)

I just found out what caused my recent problem with tracker creation:

Given, I want to create a tracker at __tiki-list_trackers.php__ or I
want to add trackerfields at
__tiki-admin_tracker_fields.php?trackerId=1__, I would find the
__create__ or __add__ dialogue/buttons, when I have the layout activated:
__Classic Tiki with shadows__

When I have for example the layout:
__3 seperate header, middle, footer containers with 3-6-3 columns__,
I do not have any button or dialogue to create a tracker or to add
tracker fields.

Thus I think, that at least some of the layouts (.tpl files) are not
consistent in respect of technical functionality.

Different design-style or layout-style, for ex. placing, structuring,
sizing, etc., seems appropriate for different Site-Layout, but shouldn't
be all layouts contain the same functionality, especially in respect of
creating or adding basic elements?

How we deal with issues like that? What do you think, is the cause of
such accidential missfits of .tpl files?

Regards,
Torsten

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Nelson Ko | 19 Jul 18:39 2014

[Tiki-devel] nextinfo.tiki.org

nextinfo.tiki.org is now upgraded to Tiki 12. Please help to test/identify re-configurations needed. I have suspended the daily refresh script so you can play around a bit. 

We will be upgrading once ok.

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geoff@enmore | 19 Jul 18:30 2014

[Tiki-devel] Tiki 13: making sure the wysiwyg edit screen is full width - a suggested approach

Hi - a few areas where the edit screen is not displayed full width have crept back in in Tiki13. Previously I think I modded the various .tpl files in Tiki12 and earlier so the screen uses all the width available. This was particularly important/useful with wysiwyg so that the text wrapping and image positioning etc that is seen on the edit screen is then (more or less) what will be displayed without having to Preview all the time.
 
However in Tiki13 the various .tpls have generally purged the table style used earlier, so some of the earlier mods have been lost, and with div's with set widths now being used, a different approach is needed.
 
What I've experimented with in tiki-admin_content_templates.tpl for example, is to add another class (template-label) to the label tag in line 99 and another (template-edit) to the div on line 100. In css you can then add:
 
.template-label {
 width: 100%;
 text-align: left !important;
}
 
.template-edit {
 width: 100%;
}
 
and this then sorts it.
 
Does this approach make sense? or is there an easier/better way?
 
If it seems OK I can change the .tpls but will probably need someone with more (less!) css expertise since I still haven't got my head around the LESS stuff.
 
The only other area I've found (so far)  where a similar thing needs to be done is for blog posts ie updating tiki-blog_post.tpl - so the question is could we use a generic new pair of classes or would it be better to use individual pairs for each function?
 
Thoughts please
 
cheers
 
geoff
 
 
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