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Feature #589

Color code domain settings

Added by Sergey Khorev 3 months ago. Updated about 1 month ago.

Status:
Closed
Priority:
3.x
Start date:
07/05/2020
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Description

From time to time it is instrumental to have a bird's eye view of the domain settings.
I suggest hosts are color-coded in the domain settings list: red background for JavaScript-enabled ones and yellow for cookie-enabled.

Ideally it would be helpful to see all overridden switches as icons in the list but I guess this will clutter the interface.

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#1

Updated by Soren Stoutner 3 months ago

  • Assignee set to Soren Stoutner

I have a hard time imagining that this would work well. There are a lot of domain settings, and based on the planned features that list is going to grow significantly in the future, and it would be difficult to assign and differentiate colors between them all.

#2

Updated by Sergey Khorev 3 months ago

Soren Stoutner wrote:

I have a hard time imagining that this would work well. There are a lot of domain settings, and based on the planned features that list is going to grow significantly in the future, and it would be difficult to assign and differentiate colors between them all.

Apologies for not being clear enough. I proposed color coding for most critical settings only: JavaScript and cookies.

As of the other settings, I thought about displaying their icons if their values differ from defaults but I am not sure if that would work on mobile devices.

#3

Updated by Soren Stoutner 3 months ago

Domain settings are about so much more than just JavaScript and cookies. I don't think it would work well to create a color coding for only those two settings.

However, you might be interested in https://redmine.stoutner.com/issues/407, which will change the layout of domain settings a bit.

#4

Updated by Soren Stoutner about 1 month ago

  • Status changed from New to Closed

I think I am going to close this feature request, but if you have further ideas about how it could be well implemented, feel free to add an additional comment.

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