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Please leave link (and functionality) to V2 point editor


  • (The one behind Please continue using the legacy page)

    The 3.6 UI is quite a step forward. I find, however, some of the old V2 functionality continues to be useful. Certainly the data_source_edit page is one of those instances - it can be very helpful to have it all right there in front of you, instead of button clicks away.

    Thanks for the great work.


  • @bullitbd The old UI will be going away in some further iteration. There are definitely some things that we still have to bring over into the new UI, this is the reason we have left the old UI in place for the time being. If there is any specific functionality which is easier to use in the old UI please do let us know.


  • Of course - why maintain it... but the UI is just easier to use in some cases - that is, instead mousing to and clicking 'NEXT' or 'PREVIOUS', just scroll. A lot less movement if you're dealing with lots of points. Thanks.


  • @bullitbd said in Please leave link (and functionality) to V2 point editor:

    but the UI is just easier to use in some cases - that is, instead mousing to and clicking 'NEXT' or 'PREVIOUS', just scroll.

    Please let us know if there are things that the old UI does better, we are continuously improving the new UI and we hope in the end it will be a better experience. I'm not exactly sure what you are referring to with the clicking next/previous. If you can elaborate more and post a screenshot then maybe we can do something about it.


  • will do. thanks... and nothing there should be construed as in any way critical!