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Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Ticket #22316, comment 289


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05/13/2023 02:37:35 AM (15 months ago)
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  • Ticket #22316, comment 289

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    77> Use the plugin's tile and install modal not only to show but also to install missing dependencies.
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    9 Could you post a mockup of how you're imagining this? I'm concerned that this may overload users with a lot of information to install/activate each dependency all within the tight space of the modal. I appreciate that you may not be on the design team, but nevertheless it would be helpful to see a visual repesentation of your thoughts to start things off on exploring this option (otherwise potential design work on this may be way off base).
     9Could you post a mockup of how you're imagining the modal part of this? I'm concerned that this may overload users with a lot of information to install/activate each dependency all within the tight space of the modal. I appreciate that you may not be on the design team, but nevertheless it would be helpful to see a visual repesentation of your thoughts to start things off on exploring this option (otherwise potential design work on this may be way off base).
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    1111> I looked around for anything that resembles this "Dependencies" UI/UX but couldn't find a good example. The closest one is when trying to install an app that requires some operating system part/library. In these cases the installation in not allowed until the requirements are met. That makes the most sense.