Problem/Motivation

As @webchick said in #1510544-126: Allow to preview content in an actual live environment

I found my natural inclination while testing this was to want to be able to save right when I'm looking at the page

Follow-up of #1510544: Allow to preview content in an actual live environment

Proposed resolution

Add save dropbutton as per #1751606: Move published status checkbox next to "Save" to the preview bar.

Remaining tasks

  1. Postpone on #1510544: Allow to preview content in an actual live environment and #1751606: Move published status checkbox next to "Save".
  2. Add save dropbutton.

User interface changes

We'll have a save dropbutton next to "Back to content editing" link.

API changes

None

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Comments

jibran’s picture

Bojhan’s picture

I am not sure how I feel about this, the idea is that you return to the content creation page - as that is the central interface.

webchick’s picture

If anything I'd turn the "Back to content editing interface" button into a drop-down to save space.

yoroy’s picture

Interesting case where you can't save on the node form when preview is made required: #2354469: Can't create node, if preview is required

swentel’s picture

dawehner’s picture

Component: base system » node system

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Version: 8.0.x-dev » 8.1.x-dev

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yoroy’s picture

Issue tags: +ux-workflow

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pixelmord’s picture

Issue tags: +dcmuc16
Dimiter’s picture

Assigned: Unassigned » Dimiter
yoroy’s picture

Oooh nice, did you get anywhere with this?

Version: 8.2.x-dev » 8.3.x-dev

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