Moodle
  1. Moodle
  2. MDL-26130

erroneous CSS rule in organgewhite hides Ajax "move sections" haircross

    Details

    • Type: Bug Bug
    • Status: Closed
    • Priority: Major Major
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • Affects Version/s: 1.9.10
    • Fix Version/s: None
    • Component/s: Themes
    • Labels:
    • Difficulty:
      Easy
    • Affected Branches:
      MOODLE_19_STABLE
    • Rank:
      15745

      Description

      erroneous CSS rule in organgewhite hides Ajax "move sections" haircross
      theme developer : please remove
      #course-view .section .left a {
      display:none
      }
      from theme/orangewhite/styles_layout.css file

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        Mary Evans added a comment -

        Since Moodle default is that AJAX should be disabled during course editing,
        I would have thought, in these circumstances, that this request is not negotiable.

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        Mary Evans added a comment - Since Moodle default is that AJAX should be disabled during course editing, I would have thought, in these circumstances, that this request is not negotiable.
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        Glenys Hanson added a comment -

        Then why is it different for other themes? I don't find it a huge problem: I just switch to the standard theme, move around my sections and then switch back to orangewhite.

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        Glenys Hanson added a comment - Then why is it different for other themes? I don't find it a huge problem: I just switch to the standard theme, move around my sections and then switch back to orangewhite.
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        Joseph Rézeau added a comment -

        @Mary : I do not understand what you mean by "this request is not negotiable". Do you mean you agree with my request or reject it?
        @Glenys : of course, switching themes is a workaround, but not a terribly user-friendly one.

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        Joseph Rézeau added a comment - @Mary : I do not understand what you mean by "this request is not negotiable". Do you mean you agree with my request or reject it? @Glenys : of course, switching themes is a workaround, but not a terribly user-friendly one.
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        Mary Evans added a comment -

        @Joseph I was just stating a fact that in the AJAX settings page, the recommendations are that AJAX be disabled during a course's main editing page. If you do this, and don't change the default settings, then you can't move anything in the course pages anyway, other than the side blocks. I was alluding to the fact that if this is so then the need to have this blotted out might be a design feature of this theme, and therefore no one has any say in the matter. I'm just concerned that this is here for a reason.

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        Mary Evans added a comment - @Joseph I was just stating a fact that in the AJAX settings page, the recommendations are that AJAX be disabled during a course's main editing page. If you do this, and don't change the default settings, then you can't move anything in the course pages anyway, other than the side blocks. I was alluding to the fact that if this is so then the need to have this blotted out might be a design feature of this theme, and therefore no one has any say in the matter. I'm just concerned that this is here for a reason.
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        Joseph Rézeau added a comment -

        Mary "I'm just concerned that this is here for a reason."
        Well, then let's hear what that theme's developer has to say...

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        Joseph Rézeau added a comment - Mary "I'm just concerned that this is here for a reason." Well, then let's hear what that theme's developer has to say...
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        Glenys Hanson added a comment -

        According to PULL-621 this has been fixed.

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        Glenys Hanson added a comment - According to PULL-621 this has been fixed.

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