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There are the things in the Add blocks page (Block library listing) which are block plugins. Those hold the description and the body. (for custom block, basic block type). Then there are other things on the Blocks admin listing. Those are block instances of those block plugins. The dropdown buttons on the blocks in the UI on the site, in place in the regions, have items in the dropbutton list, and there are also items in the dropbutton list on the block admin list. Some of those items deal with the block plugin: edit, delete. Some deal with the block (block instance): configure. This is confusing.
Also, on the block admin list, the description is there, but not the block title. So multiple instances dont look any different because the title is not used there.
This is also confusing.
Use the title on the block admin listing.
Put the action items for just the instance next to the title.
Put the action items for just the plugin next to the description.
- Create initial patch to change the table.
- more tasks to come later...
User interface changes
Yes. new way of using the block admin table.
No API changes.
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