Well, "Other" would also encompass vector/high res license buttons, and other marking materials linked directly from that page.
I guess I was thinking that the tabs would be the lower half,
encompassing the text area, etc; I guess the top half is mostly
web-related, as well, huh? I think the "other" stuff doesn't need half
the page; it's all off-page links.
Maybe instead of "tabs" we just should add an "Other" drop down below
the existing results content.
On Mon, Mar 8, 2010 at 11:50 AM, Alex Roberts <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Would these "tabs" (or whatever) replace the whole page content with their
> contexts? -- Alternative thought, thinking out loud, the page could also be
> split in half, top for website, lower for "other", with some scrolling magic
> at the very top.
> On Mon, Mar 8, 2010 at 11:37 AM, Nathan R. Yergler
> <email@example.com> wrote:
>> New submission from Nathan R. Yergler <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
>> "Offline work" is currently in the right column of the chooser results
>> XMP isn't visible at all. We should rework the interface slightly, such
>> * We have two "Tabs": "Have Your Own Website", and "Otherwise"
>> * "Otherwise" has a little drop-down, with "Offline Work" and "XMP" there
>> Wording suggestions for the tabs welcome.
>> messages: 1605
>> nosy: alex, mlinksva, nathan
>> priority: feature
>> project: License Engine
>> status: unread
>> title: Target-based next-steps in chooser results
>> Creative Commons Tracker <email@example.com>
> alex roberts
> Creative Commons