___/ On Mon 08 May 2006 06:20:29 BST, [ Sean Hayford O'Leary ] wrote : \___
On 5/7/06, Brian Layne <brianlayne@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>> ___/ On Fri 05 May 2006 11:52:56 BST, [ Robert Deaton ] wrote : \___
>>> On 5/5/06, Dan Milward <dan@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>>> Hi Guys,
>>>> Would a project like this (see my image) get any support from anybody?
>>> I have no clue what you're talking about, because anything but plain
>>> text attachments are stripped from this mailing list. Put it on
>>> imageshack or something.
>>>> Also a certain plugin we're developing somehow disables TinyMC. Any
>>>> there any thoughts as to why this could be happening?
>>> from loading.
>> Browser plug-ins could be the cause as well. AdBlock, for instance, has
>> some conflicts with the path name "/advanced" of TinyMCE, which matches
>> "avd" (for advertisement").
>I propose something more like this to manage uploads:
> I find the current solution cool, and handy in terms of location. But I
> also find it clunky and in terms of usability I believe it would be better
> if all your uploads were accessible from the one frame... like my image
> demonstrates. If you have lots of uploads the current five per page is
> just not cool...
> So does anybody else think that this would be a goer?
Great Idea I agree with you. your way would be alot easier to manage
I like this better, too.
Though my biggest beef with the current system is that you can't
rename anything after it's in there.
My bet is that the new approach to uploads will only deem suitable as a
plug-in. The extension of the current UI as to accommodate renaming --
likewise. A quick way to correct filename might be PHP-Shell <
http://mgeisler.net/php-shell/ > or perhaps the file managers offered by
your Web host, if not FTP.
If you post this proposed modification to Trac, I'd definitely back it as
something that could and should go into the core, despite the resistance
to allow things like hidden options and advanced settings of all sorts.
With kind regards,
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