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    • Aaron Wells's avatar
      Display icons for 3rd-party blocktypes plugins · 4f849ed2
      Aaron Wells authored
      Bug 1510421
      
      Defines a new static PluginBlocktype method, get_css_icon(), which
      fetches the name of the CSS icon to use for this blocktype. It returns
      false by default, which tells the theme to "fall back" to the old
      thumbnail.png instead. 3rd-party plugins can override this to
      specify a particular icon to use.
      
      All the core blocktypes have been refactored to extend
      MaharaCoreBlocktype, which uses the blocktype name as the name
      of the CSS icon to use. I also deprecated the "SystemBlocktype"
      class while I was at it.
      
      PluginBlocktype::get_blocktypes_for_category() now returns both
      the results of get_css_icon() and the thumbnail.png path, so that
      themes can decide which they want to use. (And of course
      thumbnail.png is served via thumbnail.php, so 3rd party themes
      can provide their own custom image files if they wish.)
      
      behatnotneeded: Requires installing third-party plugins to test
      
      Change-Id: Idb1ecfc7b21175913708e695788906c11133b0c0
      4f849ed2
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    • Evan Goldenberg's avatar
      add a dashboard view to the index page for logged in users · d3713154
      Evan Goldenberg authored
      Also included is an inbox blocktype for dashboard views which shows the
      user's most recent notifications. Multiple instances of this block can
      be present in a dashboard view, and the message types displayed in each
      can be configured.
      
      A default dashboard view is installed for each user the next time they
      log in. Additionally, since the profile view is now shown in the view
      list, it is installed on login, rather than when the profile is first
      requested.
      
      Conflicts:
      
      	htdocs/lib/version.php
      	htdocs/view/blocks.php
      d3713154
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    • Nigel McNie's avatar
      (#3063) part 2: Hide blocktypes that don't make sense when making a · 7599ec0c
      Nigel McNie authored
      View.
      
      This means that blog/profile/resume blocktypes don't show up in
      group/institution/site Views.
      
      This is controlled through a new Blocktype method - allowed_in_view.
      Various code had to be changed to listen to this method, mostly around
      the display of the category browser.
      
      When making a template, all blocktypes are available.
      
      Part 3 is to change the configuration forms to be more sensible when
      editing a template, and then testing what happens when blocktypes are
      rendered somewhere that they "shouldn't" be - e.g. a My Friends block in
      a group View.
      7599ec0c
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