Andreas Jung wrote at 2005-1-31 18:50 +0100:
>>> - some indexes show the number of indexed objects vs the number of
>>> indexes terms
>>> within the ZMI which is totally inconsistent. I think the ZMI should
>>> show the number
>>> of indexed objects. Index specific information e.g. the number of
>>> indexed terms
>>> should be shown within the indexes default view (if necessary).
>> This was already discussed (--> mailing list archives).
>> I (and others) find it more informative to get a feeling about
>> the size of the index (rather than the number of indexed objects)
>> in the overview.
>There are two points of view: the "normal" user is confused if some indexes
>show up the number of indexed objects and others show the size of the index
>within the same column. This should be consistent. If would prefer the
>of indexed objects within the default ZMI view and put index specific size
>information into their own default view.
[DM] All are with you (including myself) when you strive for
consistency. The display should be consistent and correspond to
the label in the table head.
I am not with you with respect to "number of indexed objects"
versus "size of the index". In fact *BOTH* as index specific
(otherwise, it would not make any sense to list it in an index
Maybe, a compromize would be to include both numbers?
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