Hi Dirk,

didn't knew about themes, looks impressive!

wrt, changing the logo, is it also possible to set up a custom favicon?
both things were requested at JSPWIKI-363 (adding a pointer to the latter
article on there right now)


thx + br,
juan pablo

On Sun, Apr 15, 2018 at 9:22 PM, Dirk Frederickx <dirk.frederi...@gmail.com>
wrote:

> Hi Dietrich,
>
> Txs for the valuable feedback !   Much appreciated.
>
> (1) should the Haddock template replace the existing default template in
> the long term?
> >> Probably it will.
> >> For now we keep both,  but only the Haddock template is actively being
> developed.
>
> (2) are there efforts, to port the so-called "skins" of the default
> template (for example CleanBlue) also for
> Haddock Template?
> >> I removed the concept of skins from the Haddock template, introducing
> the notion of "themes".
> >> You can use the  %%add-css style  to modify any style of the template;
> from within a wiki-page.
> >> I've quickly build an example page
> https://jspwiki-wiki.apache.org/Wiki.jsp?page=Clean%20Blue%20Theme to show
> what could be possible.
>
> (3) Usability:
> (3a) why does the history only appear when the mouse is moved into an area?
> (3b) Why is there no input field for the search? Instead, the mouse must
> be moved to a symbol, then you have to wait, then the mouse on
> Input field are moved and clicked with the left mouse button.
> That's what I call awkward!
> >> History/Breadcrumbs are only shown on hover, to avoid clutter of the
> header section.
> >> Initially I wanted to remove the breadcrumbs from the template,  as a
> user mostly use the browser history.
> >> Any suggestions of a better way to show them?
>
> >> Search input field / aka Quick Navigation :
> >> I agree that the current UI could be improved, as it may not be obvious
> for a new site visitor.
> >> Better would be to have only one SEARCH UI  (Quick Navigation + Search
> Page) instead of two.
> >> And the search functionality should be reached after a mouse click,
> instead of a hover effect. (more common pattern used on the internet)
> >> This also would work better on mobile devices.
>
>
> (4) Internationalization: the name of the page is displayed at the top of
> the page,
> especially on the pages LoginHelp, EditPageHelp, SearchPageHelp, TitleBox,
> MoreMenu,
> HomeMenu, CopyrightNotice, SessionExpired. These page names must be
> translatable.
> See the attachment how arkward it looks when using german.
> >> JSPWiki does not support (yet) localisation of pages.
>
> >> As a work-around, you could put an ALIAS on the standard pages
> >> This would automatically redirect to the german version of the standard
> pages.
>      [{SET alias="<german name of page>"}]
>
> >> As a future improvement, we could consider to extend the IfPlugin with
> some basic support for localization
>      [{If language="de" alias="XXXX" }]
>      The language would then be compared with the language chosen in the
> UserPreferences.
>
> (5) Adaptability: The top left pictogram must be replaceable with a company
> logo.
> Where can I find the documentation, how it works?
> >> I've added a documentation how to do this:
> https://jspwiki-wiki.apache.org/Wiki.jsp?page=How%20to%
> 20change%20the%20site%20logo
>
>
> BR,
>     dirk
>
>
> On Fri, Apr 13, 2018 at 1:04 PM, Schmidt Dietrich <
> dietrich.schm...@gevas.de
> > wrote:
>
> > Hello,
> >
> > I evaluate the Haddock template for productive use
> > and have some questions / comments.
> >
> > (1) should the Haddock template replace the existing default template in
> > the long term?
> >
> > (2) are there efforts, to port the so-called "skins" of the default
> > template (for example CleanBlue) also for
> > Haddock Template?
> >
> > (3) Usability:
> > (3a) why does the history only appear when the mouse is moved into an
> area?
> > (3b) Why is there no input field for the search? Instead, the mouse must
> > be moved to a symbol, then you have to wait, then the mouse on
> > Input field are moved and clicked with the left mouse button.
> > That's what I call awkward!
> >
> > (4) Internationalization: the name of the page is displayed at the top of
> > the page,
> > especially on the pages LoginHelp, EditPageHelp, SearchPageHelp,
> TitleBox,
> > MoreMenu,
> > HomeMenu, CopyrightNotice, SessionExpired. These page names must be
> > translatable.
> > See the attachment how arkward it looks when using german.
> >
> > (5) Adaptability: The top left pictogram must be replaceable with a
> > company logo.
> > Where can I find the documentation, how it works?
> >
> > best regards
> > Dietrich Schmidt
> >
> > P.S. this ist the google translation oft the german original found
> further
> > down.
> >
> > Hallo,
> >
> > ich evaluiere das Haddock Template für den produktieven Einsatz
> > und habe einige Fragen/Anmerkungen.
> >
> > (1) soll das Haddock Template langfristig das bisherige default Template
> > ersetzen?
> >
> > (2) gibt es Bemühungen, die sog. "Skins" des default Template (z.B.
> > CleanBlue) auch zum
> > Haddock Template hinzuzufügen?
> >
> > (3) Benutzerfreundlichkeit:
> > (3a) warum wird der Verlauf nur angezeigt, wenn die Maus in einen Bereich
> > bewegt wird?
> > (3b) Warum gibt es kein Eingabefeld für die Suche? Statt dessen muß die
> > Maus
> > auf ein Symbol bewegt werden, dann muß gewartet werden, dann die Maus auf
> > ein
> > Eingabefeld bewegt werden und mit der linken Maustaste geklickt werden.
> > Das nenne ich umständlich!
> >
> > (4) Internationalisierung: Der Name der Seite wird am oberen Seitenrand
> > angezeigt,
> > insbesondere auch bei den Seiten LoginHelp, EditPageHelp, SearchPageHelp,
> > TitleBox, MoreMenu,
> > HomeMenu, CopyrightNotice, SessionExpired. Diese Seitennamen müssen
> > übersetztbar sein.
> > Siehe den Anhang, wie schrecklich das aussieht in Deutsch.
> >
> > (5) Anpassbarkeit: Das Piktogramm links oben muß durch ein Firmen-Logo
> > ersetztbar sein.
> > Wo finde ich die Dokumentation, wie das funktioniert?
> >
> > mit freundlichen Grüßen
> > Dietrich Schmidt
> >
> > --
> >
> > Dietrich Schmidt
> > GEVAS software GmbH
> >
>

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