Feature #13275: Display related authority records on Term view and Taxonomy browse pages
Problem: the "Descriptions" and "Authorities" column headers and tab labels on Term browse pages are not using user interface label settings
|Assignee:||Peter Van Garderen||% Done:|
|Target version:||Release 2.6.0|
|Google Code Legacy ID:||Tested version:|
These are currently hard-coded values using "Descriptions" and "Authorities" on the Term browse columns and "Related Descriptions" and "Related Authorities" on the Term view page. These labels should use the user interface label settings for these entities.
#6 Updated by Peter Van Garderen 5 months ago
- File Screen Shot 2020-06-02 at 5.05.31 PM.png added
- File Screen Shot 2020-06-02 at 5.06.01 PM.png added
- Status changed from QA/Review to In progress
- Assignee changed from Peter Van Garderen to Mike Cantelon
This was fixed for the Term Browse page, e.g. see the first attached screencap where the user interface labels "information objects" and "people and organizations" were used. However, the Term detail page is still using the hard-coded labels "Related Descriptions" and "Related Authorities" (See second screencap). These should also be updated to use the user-interface labels.
#7 Updated by Peter Van Garderen 4 months ago
Actually, we run into same problem here of the user interface labels not being plural. We would want these to read "Related archival descriptions" and "Related authority records" but assuming the user interface labels are singular that wouldn't work. The solution used on the Term browse page doesn't really apply here "Archival description count" and "Authority record count" doesn't seem right. However, it still seems wrong to hard-code these as "Related Descriptions" and "Related Authorities". What to do?
#8 Updated by Peter Van Garderen 4 months ago
After further deliberation we could not come up with any better grammatical option. We decided that sticking with the singular user interface label was still preferred over hard-coding "Related Descriptions" and "Related Authorities" here. Especially since the label will be followed by a count in bracket which makes it more clear that plural values will be displayed under each tab. e.g. Archival description (8) | Authority record (19)