Feature #959

Add navigation for the concept of going "back" from where you came

Added by Mike Duchene over 9 years ago. Updated about 5 years ago.

Status:NewStart date:2008-03-30
Priority:NormalDue date:
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Category:UI
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Description

There should be navigation button(s), in particular for going "back" from where one has navigated to. For example, you are in the forums, reading a post, you then follow the wiki link to an issue, you then write an update for that issue... at this point you probably want to get back to the forums (exactly where you left off), but if you use your web browser's "back" button then you have to skip back over the issue update submission form. Ideally there should be a button in the user interface to take you back to the module from which you came. This may be somewhat cosmetic, but I am sure there are other places as well that could benefit from this type of concept.

History

#1 Updated by Daniel Felix about 5 years ago

Well, I don't get the point right now. The overhead for this feature to define which item is a "major" item and which item should be "skipped" in the back history is a bit tricky and could generate many overhead for simply save one more back link. Well, maybe this Ticket could be "tuned" to define the modules as tabs. This way you can easily switch between modules without the hesitate to move many links back to get back to the forums or the overview?

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