Support » Plugin: Toolbox for Beaver Builder » Minor UX suggestion – Move to the Tools dropdown (revisited)

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  • Plugin Author Krielkip

    (@krielkip)

    Hello @ilovethesea,

    Thanks for your post. I need to say i haven’t looking into this for a while.
    But it is still one of the things to do.
    (https://github.com/Krielkip/bb-toolbox/issues/4)

    Two things i need to find out:
    – How can i do it.
    – Can i do it with a single option? (for the user who like the way it works)

    Also one thing on my todo is changing the title to a icon. 🙂

    So, yes it is still on my plans. Only I don’t know when i am planning to do it.
    I hope i can work on this in the next couple of days.

    Thread Starter ilovethesea

    (@ilovethesea)

    Hello Krielkip,

    Thank you for your quick reply. That is really nice to hear! 🙂

    About “how to do it”. Is this helfpul?
    – I found this in the BB documentation: https://docs.wpbeaverbuilder.com/beaver-builder/developer/tutorials-guides/remove-rename-tools-menu-items/
    – And /bb-plugin/classes/class-fl-builder.php (line 1258-1362, BB v2.5.1.1) shows how BB adds their own entries to the tool menu.
    – I don’t see yet how that would allow you to make it a choice. But it could be worth opening a ticket with the great BB support to ask if they have any idea.

    Plugin Author Krielkip

    (@krielkip)

    Hello @ilovethesea,

    Thanks for this comment. This really helps to make this request faster. 😀
    I will try to code something for WordPress this weekend.

    Kind regards,
    Jack

    Hello!

    I think that the current position is great for the user experience. It’s really hard for the general page editor to look into the dropdown menu. I think that if it’s moved, nobody finds it.

    Also, I think that the current translation “Page / Post Config” is very long and doesn’t describe these settings as clear as it should. I prefer the old “Toolbox” or if we want to use more generic, I suggest just “Settings” as it includes page / post settings. In Finnish, I translated the plugin as “Settings” as it best describes what the plugin is used for.

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