[Pmwiki-users] Restore feature
john.rankin at affinity.co.nz
Tue Nov 19 18:55:19 CST 2002
Keep it simple: #1 or #2. #3 seems a confusion of function: the purpose is =
to revert to a previous version of a page; I can always choose Edit Page =
after I have reverted. I'm not sure I understand the thinking behind #3.=20
Thinking wishfully, why not:
4. Clicking "revert" shows you the page as it existed in a previous =
with one button at the bottom that says "Restore this page" one that =
"Previous version" and one that says "Next version".
I'd like to call for a vote on the issue of going to a preview page
rather than directly to the edit page (I don't have a strong feeling
for this one). Choose between:
1. Clicking "revert" takes you to directly to the edit page with
the previous version restored. (Current implementation)
2. Clicking "revert" shows you the page as it existed in a previous
version, with a button at the bottom that says "Restore this page".
3. Clicking "revert" shows you the page as it existed in a previous
version, with one button at the bottom that says "Restore this page"=
and another button that says "Edit from this version".
Note that if we choose #2 or #3 then I think that "revert" becomes an
incorrect label for the links on the page revisions display, since =
the link doesn't actually cause the page to "revert" but simply previews
a previous version of the page.
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