Keep the features sync'ed between x4 and WHM

cPanelTomGreen

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Re: Welcom to the WHM User Interface discussion group.

Our overall efforts are to bring WHM and cPanel closer together in look and feel.

Timing and prioritization are the big issues.

I have the following items on my list of possible features we are developing or considering for x4 that we would like to port into whm at some point in the future:

1) Style personalization - Allows users to select text and background colors and one of several densities of content.
2) Support for RTL (Right to left language such as Arabic or Hebrew) and localization in general.
3) Support for mobile devices.
4) General look and feel synchronization between WHM and cPanel interfaces.
5) Improved keyboard support.
6) Ability to reorganize the user interface.

Which of these changes to WHM would you find most useful?
 

Indianets

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Re: Welcom to the WHM User Interface discussion group.

Our overall efforts are to bring WHM and cPanel closer together in look and feel.

Timing and prioritization are the big issues.

I have the following items on my list of possible features we are developing or considering for x4 that we would like to port into whm at some point in the future:

1) Style personalization - Allows users to select text and background colors and one of several densities of content.
2) Support for RTL (Right to left language such as Arabic or Hebrew) and localization in general.
3) Support for mobile devices.
4) General look and feel synchronization between WHM and cPanel interfaces.
5) Improved keyboard support.
6) Ability to reorganize the user interface.

Which of these changes to WHM would you find most useful?
Customizing the interface to best suit our own need would the best thing to happen. This includes points 1 and 6, which are Personalize and Reorganize.

Next are Improved KB support (Gmail's web interface masters in this, though I believe many do not use them as that product is for a general user, while WHM is for Server Admins and they would love to keep the mouse away as much as possible) and synchronized look of cPanel and WHM.

I don't come from a RTL reason, so I can't comment on that, but yes, a few of our clients from overseas use their cPanels in their languages (whenever I get in to fix something I get lost :P then I change to English and then return to original when I 'm done) and I believe this is a needed feature.

Mobile devices - asking for a responsive design would be too much I guess, though a lightweight pages with the propitiatory WHM search would do great.