Small suggestions for the future

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Last Post: October 12   (RSS)

By gkornbluth - September 24

Hi all,

Just some small nit picks of mine.

1) After I've cleared the developer log table, I'd prefer "Yay, no records were found!" to "Sorry, no records were found!" 

2) I'd also prefer that the defaults for the login log section included "Don't allow modifying records" and "Don't allow removing records", and that the CreatedDate field label read "Login Date" so it would appear that way in the record list column headers instead of "Created Date".

If you folks agree, maybe somewhere down the road you'll change these.

Thanks,

Jerry Kornbluth

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By gkornbluth - October 11

Thanks for looking at this, Daniel.

Regarding #2, I think you're right.

On looking at the audit log, all my suggestions are already in place. 

I had an old log in log section that I had created many versions back to perform the same function, and it carried through to some later installations.

My bad...

Sorry about #1 though, but certainly not critical.

Jerry Kornbluth

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By Dave - October 12

Hi Jerry, 

It's funny, saying "Sorry" is a bit of a Canadian cultural stereotype.  Even the transit buses say "Sorry" when they're full or not in service!
https://dailyhive.com/vancouver/canadian-buses-apologize-sorry-photos

If you edit /lib/languages/en.php you can provide a different translation even for the English version.  Just search for "Sorry":

'Sorry, no records were found!' => 'Sorry, no records were found!',
'Sorry, the <b>search</b> returned no results!' => 'Sorry, the <b>search</b> returned no results!',

Just replace the second string with whatever text you want.

Sorry about that, Jerry.  ;-)

Dave Edis - Senior Developer
interactivetools.com

By gkornbluth - October 12

Hey Mr. Dave,

Language is sure fascinating, isn't it...

So, I did what you suggested and at least now it doesn't say 'sorry' when all errors are gone.

Appreciate both your help and your linguistic insights

Best,

Jerry

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