[buddypress-trac] [BuddyPress Trac] #6005: No-js bulk deletion of messages

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#6005: No-js bulk deletion of messages
 Reporter:  lakrisgubben                |       Owner:
     Type:  enhancement                 |      Status:  new
 Priority:  normal                      |   Milestone:  2.2
Component:  Messaging                   |     Version:
 Severity:  normal                      |  Resolution:
 Keywords:  needs-refresh dev-feedback  |

Comment (by lakrisgubben):

 I've uploaded a screenshot of a mockup using the 2014 theme. Seeing as
 there's (depending on what we decide) going to need to be some new
 functions written (mark single thread read/unread link amongst others) I
 thought it'd be less work to first decide on a route we'd like to try and
 then code the stuff. :)

 So, the attached screenshot has gotten rid of the unread column totally,
 and instead opts for having the total message count (which I think would
 need a function if we'd decide to use it) in parenthesis after the senders
 name. But it also has some extra screen-reader info that tells the user
 about how many of those messages are unread. So the markup would look
 something like:
 <td width="30%" class="thread-from">
     From: <a href="http://bp.dev/members/test/" title="test">test</a>
     (3)<span class="bp-screen-reader-text">messages 0 unread</span>
     <span class="activity">November 11, 2014 at 7:34 pm</span>

 This might be too much, was just an idea I got when fiddling around with
 the html. @hnla suggestion from comment16 would also work, even though if
 the th says "unread" that column will be very wide considering that it'll
 only contain a number.

 The screenshot has also made the delete button a link and added
 Read/Unread buttons on each thread. It only has bold on the first line of
 the unread messages (if: from: user and subject). And removes the select
 read/unread/all dropdown and replaces it with a bulk action (mark
 read/mark unread/delete) dropdown.

 Regarding the th-headings. The ones I've added should only be seen as
 placeholders and would love to get some thoughts on what to name them,
 maybe a native english speaker would be better at that than me. ;)

 Any and all thoughts welcome!

Ticket URL: <https://buddypress.trac.wordpress.org/ticket/6005#comment:19>
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