Hello cPRex !I did see you also posted this to the feature request as well. I've let the UI team know about the feedback.
@stormy, your input has been a great help. Thanks for the idea !! While this solution is temporary, it will help reduce customer tickets.You can customize with content includes:
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The file you want to work on is cpanel_jupiter_domains_header_after.html.tt
Thank you.I've let the developers know the urgency on this issue.
It is sad that they didn't prioritize this. If they need time, why doesn't someone write a KB on how to modify the theme to uncheck the option?I did reach out to the UI team and confirmed it is on the agenda, but I don't have an ETA at this point.
It's all good - I just try and help the community, and relay stuff to the development team, whether that feedback is good or bad. Being stuck in the middle is *exactly* why I'm here.In any case, I am sorry for you CPRex, as you are the one who has to endure all the public banter.
do you know any eta for the second?Update - the UI team has left the following comment on the case, so I wanted to pass this along:
I just wanted to let you all know this is getting some action.Code:
Update the interface to use a clearer distinction between the options it is presenting. Change the default to create a unique document root when addon or subdomains are available to create. When the user doesn't have the ability to create an addon or subdomain, the default should remain "alias"
sorry, i try to read as much as i can of every thread of my interested, may have missed the no eta yet.