Hi Lagi, Thank you for your feedback! I have changed it so that the initial mode does exactly what you said - it has two options that allow the user to choose to create a new user or sign in.
From there it only reveals the fields and buttons that are appropriate for whether the user is logging in, logged in, creating a new user, or editing their information. I am going to update the app on iTunes on Thursday. The core of the app seems to be strong, but the user interface clearly was lacking :( I spent a lot more time working on figuring out the 3D map - I am going to make the interface smooth before I do any promotion. I think we have to require using the current password to change the password, to prevent hacking. I made notes of you other observations as well. Thank you :) Sent from my iPhone > On Jul 11, 2017, at 11:32 AM, Lagi Pittas via use-livecode > <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > > Hi Jonathan, > > I've tried to to login to the app from an iphone 6 ios 10.3.2 > > Ive restarted it a couple of time but always the same. > > The Username and Password field asre white and enabled - I enter the > details but no other field is enabled. > > > Now some feedback. > > My pet peeve (it happened on a subscription site 2 days ago so I'm still > smarting from the experience ;-) > > 1. I have never understood why anybody asks for the original password to > change the one you have either forgotten or never received in the email. > You are in good (bad?) company Skype does this but also ties you in nots > with nobody to talk to. > > 2. There are TOO many fields on the login page - there should be 2 Big > Buttons at the top Create New Account ./ Sign In. > > In fact off the top of my head, download the UDEMY app to see what I think > is very simple and clear. > > You can ask for all the rest on the second page but also have a SKIP if > we/they don't want to enter the other info just yet. > > 3. The app seems to know it has been run for a second time because the help > screen doesnt come up - so again you can leave it logged in even if they > exit the program. > > 4. I would allow a user name and or an email address for logging in > > 5. The (H) and (S) after the password and new password have no clue that > they are clickable the (S) on the New password is not enabled. > That bit again is not obvious without clicking. The Words <Show Password> > would have fitted with no problem - and in a different colour or as a > button. > > 6. Why is the select user Icon showing when there is nothing to select? > Would that show something after I put in my email or logged in in which > case it just adds to the confusion. I pressed a few times to see if > anything would load. > > 7. You have Screen Name and Username - Until i looked to the Bottom where > it says screen name I assumed the username was my login name (or is it?). > > I was typing not my full name but a Username (1 word) - The Username (or > Email) that is used to login should be together and First unless the first > line says <Your Name>. It is not obvious if you expect a first name and > last name - I presume it doesn't matter. > > 8. To reiterate because this to me is the crux none of the other fields > except the signup field need to be on the front page - "Show me the Banana" > as Steve Krug says and "Don't Make me think" as Seth Godin says. > > Regards Lagi > > > On 7 July 2017 at 11:26, Jonathan Lynch via use-livecode < > email@example.com> wrote: > >> Hi Swami, >> The interface confuses people about whether they are logging in or signing >> up - I added some things that make that explicit and going to submit as >> soon as I test on a few friends. >> >> If you want to register, fill in the fields for a new user then click the >> gear again to have the option to submit. >> >> Clearly, I tested this in a biased way - not going to make that mistake >> again. >> >> Thanks for checking it out! >> J >> >> Sent from my iPhone >> >>> On Jul 6, 2017, at 10:55 PM, Sannyasin Brahmanathaswami via use-livecode >> <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: >>> >>> Downloaded >>> >>> initial user registration failed some how.. no clear feedback on why, >> but now there is nothing more I can do… anything I try leads to a Error >> incorect or inaccurate app user login credentials. >>> >>> Going for the gear, choosing new user, enter creds. still get same >> message. >>> >>> I'm locked out of this app. >>> >>> Also you need to trap for the return key in the name field. use can hit >> return and a cr is added and the name he entered disappears on line 1 above. >>> >>> you need to put in that field >>> >>> on return >>> # do nothing, and do not pass the return key in the name field… or send >> the cursor down to the Password field. >>> end return >>> >>> or something like that.. I have to look … >>> >>> but, looks interesting, I'm impressed by the level of community activity >> you expect to generate/support… looks "scary" to me unless you have a big >> staff. I've been thinking about similar things for our new app, but >> everytime I shy away… >>> >>> BR >>> >>> On 7/6/17, 4:01 AM, "use-livecode on behalf of Jonathan Lynch via >> use-livecode" <use-livecode-boun...@lists.runrev.com on behalf of >> email@example.com> wrote: >>> >>> If you get a chance, please check it out. This is just a soft launch, >> but I am excited to have it out there. 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