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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0017546||phplist application||User Management||public||24-11-14 18:59||13-08-15 12:23|
|Priority||normal||Severity||minor||Reproducibility||have not tried|
|Target Version||next minor||Fixed in Version||3.2.0|
|Summary||0017546: categorise list page - re-edit option|
|Description||When you categorise lists by following the button to suggest you do so, you get to a page where you have all your lists, with a dropdown next to each to choose a category.|
First of all, it would be helpfull if all lists should be displayed here, not just the ones that are not yet categorised, so categories can be overhaulled
Secondly, sholuld the categorising lists the dropdown should default to "uncategorised" rather than "--chose category"?
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|related to||0017465||new||michiel||delete category once a list is assigned to it|
|related to||0017467||resolved||michiel||categorise lists from lists menu dumps user in settings, should go back to lists|
|related to||0017545||resolved||michiel||Uncategorised lists, confusing name? Could we have a search?|
|related to||0017793||resolved||michiel||list order function stoped working (probably as concequence of recent change)|
Can you clarify the difference now between --choose category and --none?
--chose category is still showing in the dropdown like it is an option in it's own right. Perhaps we should just have replaced --choose category with -none? It's a bit odd atm.
they are the same.
but from different points of view each has their own purpose
- never edited them before -> dropdown says "--choose one", which makes sense, you need to choose one.
- edited and assigned, but want to un-assign the category -> choose "--none" which then makes sense to set it to nothing.