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In the attach screen, the "Move or Delete file.gif" link is currently between the version table and the upload form. This is not intuitive, I was scanning the page for a while until I discovered the links.

Better to move those links to the attach action row, e.g.

[Upload file]   Move file   Delete file   Cancel


I agree that the links can be made more visible. Small icons would be an idea.

But the action bar below the upload table is only about uploading - therefore I have moved the "Change properties only" upwards in the white block of the table.

On the page you now have the order:

  1. Attachment versions (with view link)
  2. Move or Delete
  3. Choose new file
  4. Change properties
  5. Upload action

-- AC

This order is still not very intuitive. I would move all actions into the action bar since they are all actions on the file (new upload or existing):

[Upload file]   [Change properties only]   Move file   Delete file   Cancel

If not in upload action bar, I suggest this order:

  1. Attachment versions (with view link)
  2. Choose new file
  3. Change properties, Move or Delete
  4. Upload action

-- PTh

I have moved the links (now with icons) below the upload table. SVN 7315.

AC

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Summary Usability: Move "move" and "delete" attachment to attachment action row
ReportedBy PeterThoeny
AppliesTo Engine
Component

Priority Enhancement
CurrentState Closed
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Topic revision: r7 - 2005-11-08 - CrawfordCurrie
 
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