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By Toledoh - July 12 - edited: July 12

Love the tabs!  That's going to be well used.  I notice that you can start the tabs section part-way down the page - so have fields above the tabs that stay fixed, but I don't think you can end the tabs sections?  I don't know why you would want to do that though...

With the hidden fields, can you give me some user scenarios on how they may be of value? Is it more for adding functionality to the CMS screens?

Disk Space now has an option to show largest files (for linux servers)

This opens up in the same window, and going "back" causes an error, closing it means you close your admin..

Cheers,



Tim Forrest

Toledoh Enterprises

www.toledoh.com.au

Hi all,

We discovered an issue where it was possible for the InnoDB upgrade to target tables that aren't part of the CMSB schema but are in the same database (e.g. using different DB prefixes in the same database). We've corrected this issue (with a few other small tweaks) and released a new version of the beta that's available here: https://www.interactivetools.com/download/ (Beta 2 Build 2252).

Tim,

Love the tabs!  That's going to be well used.  I notice that you can start the tabs section part-way down the page - so have fields above the tabs that stay fixed, but I don't think you can end the tabs sections?  I don't know why you would want to do that though...

Glad to hear you like them! They're one of the new features we're most excited about. You're correct in how they function; there's no way to "end" the tab sections, but any fields that you don't want to be included within the tabs can be placed above them.

With the hidden fields, can you give me some user scenarios on how they may be of value? Is it more for adding functionality to the CMS screens?

It's more the latter, for developer use; it adds a field to CMS screens that can be targeted by JavaScript but isn't visible at all.

This opens up in the same window, and going "back" causes an error, closing it means you close your admin..

In the new beta release mentioned above, this link now opens in a new tab, which should resolve this issue.

Thanks for the feedback!

Daniel
PHP Programmer
interactivetools.com

Loving the new tabs feature and field insert. Good to see the transition to InnoDB. Looking forward to seeing future security enhancements as well.

One very minor note, the Menu Group for Admin Menu closes when clicking on the new Audit Log link while it remains in open state for the other section links.

Steve

Hey Steve,

Thanks for the feedback! Good catch on the Audit Log menu issue; we'll have that fixed in the full release.

Cheers,

Daniel
PHP Programmer
interactivetools.com

I've not explored all options yet, but very much love the new Tab Group Option. I do wish they could be "ended" (and restarted), possibly with use of a following generic separator field to indicate that switch?

When adding an upload field I'm seeing "Error: Allowed File extensions have not been specified." Usually we indicate allowed file extensions after the field is created. Is there now a master list of allowed file extensions or does this area need work?

Audit Log is a useful addition!

~ Deborah

Hi Deborah,

Thanks for the feedback! We wanted to keep the tab group implementation simple for this first iteration, though I agree that being able to end/restart the groups could be a useful feature. In this case, we want to strike a good balance between flexibility and interface complexity, but we'll definitely be watching how this new component gets used out in the real world.

Also, good catch on that upload field error; we'll have that fixed in the release version.

Cheers,

Daniel
PHP Programmer
interactivetools.com