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The current Edit module UX flow requires a user to click the Edit toolbar tab, then the "Quick edit" action link in the toolbar tray. The extra click of the "Quick edit" link is unnecessary. Edit mode can be activated simply by pressing the Edit tab in the toolbar.
- Eliminate the "View / Quick edit" action links in the toolbar tray.
- Enter edit mode when the Edit toolbar tab is clicked.
User interface changes
The Edit module will no longer have a toolbar tray, or if it does, it will contain the Save | Publish | Close actions for responding to user modifications.
Original report by [username]
When toggling from View to Edit mode, the (selected tab) faux semantic (text only) is not toggled. The (selected tab) is rendered in PHP for the active tab.
I assume the links are styled as tabs. If so it is perhaps best to make them tabs using ARIA (tablist/tab/tabpanel). If the styling is as a slider, radios, toggle button, etc, the semantic should change.