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Old 6th March 2010, 01:35
bswinnerton bswinnerton is offline
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Default Admin Interface: tooltips, currently logged in user

I haven't done any research to see if these have already been requested but I think that two fairly simple additions would be:

1. Tooltips - With ISPConfig 3 I findmyself googling quite a bit as to what a certain thing does. For example it would be nice in the System Config > Interface Config, list the possible entires (e.g. [clientname], etc)

2. Currently logged in user - I switch around from the admin user and my own reseller user quite a bit, and get a little mixed up with who i'm logged in as. It'd be nice if near the logout button it showed you the name of the user you're logged in as.

Just my two cents.

Last edited by bswinnerton; 6th March 2010 at 01:41.
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