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  1. Nuxeo Studio
  2. NXS-5026

Make "disable feature" toggle more obvious/intuitive

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    • Type: Improvement
    • Status: Resolved
    • Priority: Minor
    • Resolution: Feature Candidate
    • Affects Version/s: None
    • Fix Version/s: None
    • Component/s: Branding, Ergonomy & UX

      Description

      While testing the JSF UI customization acceptance criteria for Branding, it was not at all clear how to switch back to the default branding without creating a separate branding named "default":

      Original acceptance criteria:

      • Select a logo (by uploading it to resources, not taking one that is already there).
      • Set a grey header, black footer, set links colors to yellow, go to Login Page tab and select a login background video (ex: http://mirrors.standaloneinstaller.com/video-sample/video-sample.webm , MIME Type: video/webm ).
      • Check Set as default branding.
      • Deploy.
        • Logo is correctly applied
        • Grey header
        • Black footer
        • Yellow links
        • Login background video
      • Put back branding default values.
      • Deploy.

      After a thorough search of the documentation, I only found this in the branding doc, which doesn't seem to exist anymore:

      If you don't want to use your branding during a test you can disable your default branding without deleting it.
      Just tick the Disable theme branding option above the tabs. The tabs and their content will be displayed under a gray overlay.

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