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  • Freddie Bingham
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    vBulletin Asset Manager Demo #2

    Here is the second demo of the asset manager. I was under a hurry so please bear with me. The screencast recorder seems to have a few issues as my audio was cut off in a few places.

    I also forgot to mention that you can resize each of the panels by dragging the borders.



    http://www.screencast-o-matic.com/watch/cQeZXceqH

    • Freddie Bingham
      #67
      Freddie Bingham commented
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      Lizard King: The first alpha/beta will include this.

      exc1te: The uploader is using the YUI Uploader, which is based on Flash.

    • David Grove
      #68
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      1. Is there a way to launch the asset manager from the UserCP without posting a new message? The UserCP should use the same JS asset manager as the New Post screen for consistency (instead of the HTML listing of attachments).

      2. This should be renamed from "Asset Manager" to "File Manager". Normal people won't find the term "Asset Manager" intuitive. Also, all former instances of "attachment" and "attachments" should be changed to "file".

      3. "Select files" should be renamed to "Add files" for clarity.

      4. Files that are uploaded but not used anywhere will be deleted by an hourly cron job. Such files should have a semi-transparent overlay with a clear warning "Unused - will be automatically recycled" or something similar.

      5. When in the file (asset) manager, is there a way to delete a file such that it automatically removes it from any posts/blog posts etc where it was attached?

    • johnmb
      #69
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      Really nice looking system and a big improvement over vb3

      However.... the one thing that is still clunky for the user is the actual file upload process. How about adding multiple file select and background upload something like THIS (which is PHP/Java not flash)?
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