Wooohooo! Finally!! Congratulations to everybody in building this beauty!
So... the public betas are waiting for the MG to be ready? Unfortunately, we now have a circular loop for when the beta will be released.It will be before the public beta release. Current plan is to release the public betas for everything together. We'll aim to get MG installed here for some stress testing before that.
Not only that, I hasten to add. We've got quite a small to do list of other items too. (It feels such a relief to say "small to do list").So... the public betas are waiting for the MG to be ready? Unfortunately, we now have a circular loop for when the beta will be released.
Anyway, I've been patient thus far, I think I can wait a few more weeks
This is absolute quality, I'm loving the widespread ability to Cmd-Enter
In case anybody uses the keyboard a lot and missed the XF2 DP10 post, check here.... https://xf2demo.xenforo.com/threads/xenforo-2-0-0-developer-preview-10-released.3096/ooh did't realise we had that
Kier said:Keyboard Shortcut System
New for XF2DP10 is a generic keyboard shortcut system, activated by assigning an attribute to any clickable or focusable element in a template.
Once a shortcut is defined, hitting the key or key combination specified will activate the targeted element.
We have already set up some default shortcuts to make navigation easier. These include:
Additionally, keys 1 to 0 will activate the corresponding tab (or tab menu) from the primary navigation strip, while ALT+1 to 0 will activate the corresponding item from the sub-navigation strip.
- M - Open the visitor menu
- , (Comma) - Open the inbox/conversation menu
- . (Period/full-stop) - Open the alerts menu
- / (Forward slash) - Open the search menu (also in Admin control panel)
- ALT+Z - Open the style chooser
- ALT+X - Open the language chooser
- ⌘+ENTER (Mac) or ÿ+ENTER (Windows) Submit the current form while in a <textarea> element (normally, ENTER will submit any form, but while you're in a <textarea>, the ENTER key simply inserts a new line)
Accessibility for Keyboard Navigation
Along with keyboard shortcuts, we have improved the way that keyboard navigation works with menus and overlays. After a menu is activated, the up and down arrow keys will cycle through the available items in the newly-opened menu. Tab-focus is also moved to newly-opened menus and overlays automatically, so tabbing from the menu or overlay trigger will jump to elements within the newly-opened container.
Additionally, the system automatically detects the current navigation method, and will activate control outlines when keyboard navigation is in use.