[RFC|Merged] AJAX

These requests for comments/change have lead to an implemented feature that has been successfully merged into the 3.1/Ascraeus branch. Everything listed in this forum will be available in phpBB 3.1.
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Re: [RFC|Merged] AJAX

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callumacrae wrote:
_hsr wrote:Regarding the quickedit feature, how would it best be implemented, a pop up text editor or an inline version?
I would prefer inline.
+1 Inline is better. Most users don't like pop ups.
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+1 for inline. It makes much more sense and allows to copy/paste parts of other posts for quoting
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+1 for Inline. This is one of the things I complained about in the phpBB is falling Behind topic. The lack of ajax/jquery function for QuickReply. Also, the fact that phpbb does not even come with a QuickEdit without having to install a mod.
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Inline that reacts when the quote buttons are clicked such that it will append the quote text inside quotes when a quote button is clicked.
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Shouldn't quick edit just be a separate RFC?
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DavidIQ wrote:Shouldn't quick edit just be a separate RFC?
It is ;-)
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Then why is it being discussed here? ;)
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Bug: when moving topic via quick mod tools, it shows dialog box asking "Move topic?" with yes and no buttons, without forum select boxes.
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Arty wrote:Bug: when moving topic via quick mod tools, it shows dialog box asking "Move topic?" with yes and no buttons, without forum select boxes.
That shouldn't be AJAXified, I'll take a look at that when I fix the others tomorrow.

Other bugs / improvements (I'll forget by tomorrow if I don't note them down):

Not all the mark as read links are AJAXey, specifically "Mark subforums as read" and the ones below the forum listing.
20:16 <@naderman> we should have like some config var that we increment on database
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20:16 <@naderman> which is appended to all css/js urls
20:17 <@naderman> callumacrae: feel free to implement that if you like
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Bug reports should go in the tracker.

Last time I reported a bug in ajax I could not figure out which ticket should have been used in the "caused by" relationship.
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