Initially I was really happy with how modern the new Boost theme in 3.2 was. Finally I could hang out at the water cooler with the WordPress devs. But that quickly turned to groans and a broken feeling.
I had worked hard to get the display of Poodll, Generico and VideoEasy templates settings pages nicely integrated with, and easy to use in, the Moodle navigation tree, ie the site admin settings. But Boost had really messed that up. All the admin settings categories were expanded by default. This forced content way down the page, and the problem was tripled if you had all three filters (Poodll, Videoeasy and Generico) installed.
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Even worse it was possible to click on a category, and all the settings for the contained settings pages would load on one page. Imagine if you had 30 templates!
Well anyway, I spent a good chunk of the last few days fixing this up. Now the template list displays in an html table, on a new “templates” page (previously a category). So now it looks like this.
Whew. Now what surprises await us in Moodle 3.3 …