#1437 (ok 4.3.0) Configure Text/Icons/Both separately for tabs and in-table edits

Needs_decision
fixed
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1
2015-01-12
2013-07-01
No

Previous phpMyAdmin versions could be configured to use both icons and text for tabs above the table view, but icons only for in-table edit features.

$cfg['NavigationBarIconic'] = 'both';
$cfg['PropertiesIconic'] = true;

In current versions I am unable to configure it so that both icons and text are used for the tabs above (there is enough space to be verbose), but only icons in the tables (there I would prefer to reduce the width). Using the setup dialogs, I can only change both at the same time.

I would have to discover where the configuration is currently stored, and alter these options manually (or possibly export it to a JSON file, edit it manually, and import it back; but when I tried that, the tabs show only icons, no text).

Discussion

  • Mario Rohkrämer

    Sorry, I was slightly wrong: "NavigationBarIconic" is for the top of the left navigation area, "PropertiesIconic" for the right main area (former HTML frames).

    So I believe that the in-table features now share the "PropertiesIconic" option, while they either used to be iconic always in earlier versions – or they used an option "MainPageIconic" (which is not present anymore)?

     
  • Mario Rohkrämer

    It appears that they will be separately configurable; I'll report when I installed v4.0.5 and tested it after release.

     
  • Madhura Jayaratne

    • assigned_to: Madhura Jayaratne
     
  • Madhura Jayaratne

    As of version 4.3,
    tabs can be configured with $cfg['TabsMode'] and various actions links such as edit, delete can be configured with $cfg['ActionLinksMode']

     
  • Madhura Jayaratne

    • summary: Configure Text/Icons/Both separately for tabs and in-table edits --> (ok 4.3.0) Configure Text/Icons/Both separately for tabs and in-table edits
    • status: open --> fixed
    • Priority: 3 --> 1
     

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