Well, there are a certain set of preferences that are under consideration to be permanently stored.á The current complete list of these settings can be found on my weblog.

I am not totally sure about "full text mode."á Are you referring to "print mode."


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Zeeshan Mughal
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On Wed, May 27, 2009 at 10:22 AM, Michal ╚iha° <michal@cihar.com> wrote:

Dne Tue, 26 May 2009 12:55:06 -0400
Marc Delisle <Marc.Delisle@cegepsherbrooke.qc.ca> napsal(a):

> About the UI, I see some options:
> 1. a central panel where a user sets up her preferences (in the same
> style than an admin uses phpMyAdmin/setup to maintain config.inc.php)
> 2. choices made by the user during her use of phpMyAdmin are remembered
> automatically
> 3. the settings that can be remembered are marked with some visual clue
> that enables a user to change them.
> I tend to prefer #2 but am wondering about its performance impact.
> ---------
> So, have you decided what kind of UI you'll offer for the user preferences?

How would you decide where ever user wants to change settings. If I
change browsing to full text mode, do I want it only once, every time
for this table or every time for all tables?

á á á áMichal ╚iha° | http://cihar.com | http://blog.cihar.com

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