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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0018200||phplist application||plugins||public||11-07-16 12:42||29-09-16 17:32|
|Target Version||3.2.6||Fixed in Version||3.2.6|
|Summary||0018200: Provide link to plugin's settings|
|Description||I think it would be useful to have a link on the Manage Plugins page to each plugin's configuration settings on the Settings page.|
Then it will be a bit clearer that the plugin can be configured when someone installs a plugin.
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||See GitHub pull request https://github.com/phpList/phplist3/pull/74|
||this is fab! :)|
||Anna: ready for testing|
||Tested here: http://dev.phplist.com/lists/admin/?page=plugins can't see any changes, suspect code did not auto-update|
||ah, commit not yet merged|
||M can you review and merge code so I can test on dev thanks|
Ok, looks good
Configure: general settings
Could do with capital G on general though.
The value 'general' is provided by whichever plugin you were looking at. other plugins, including my ones, provide a value with upper-cased first letter, e.g. 'View in Browser', or 'RSS'.
Also, on the Settings page, all of the group headings are lower case, so 'general settings' in this case. I don't know whether consistency with that is important.
I'm not sure whether this piece of code should upper-case the first letter regardless, particularly as it is translateable.
Can Michiel decide whether the first character should be upper-cased, and he can then make the, admittedly simple, change. Otherwise modify whichever plugin it applies to.
||Ok, so complex, lets wrap up this issue and set it to merge in and then make another issue for the capitalisation of "General" - it's probably just a translation glitch.|
||Sam, can you put this on this list of finished stuff for release and I will make a new issue for capitalisation|