core_forum_drivers: Split "Strongly tie content to the forum" option into 2

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Currently this option does 2 things:
1) Auto-creates empty comment topics
2) Redirects to view the comment topic standalone when you post a comment

These can be logically separated into 2 different options.

Suggested by Chris Graham on 8th November 2018

core: Special-forum segregation by language

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Create some hidden options for overriding forum options on a per language base.

comments_forum_name_<langcode>
main_forum_name_<langcode>
intro_forum_id_<langcode>

This will avoid topics for different languages getting automatically crowded together by Composr.

Suggested by Chris Graham on 8th November 2018

core: Review what Comcode or block attributes should support nested Comcode

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Make a list of all the Comcode or block attributes that take plain text.

Decide which of these should support Comcode.

Particularly it would be nice for block 'title' attributes to support Comcode.

Then implement it.

Suggested by Chris Graham on 8th November 2018

core: Consistent Comcode support on content titles and descriptions

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Currently only a few content types support Comcode for titles...

news.title
galleries.fullname
calendar_events.e_title
calendar_types.t_title
iotds.i_title

Almost all content types support Comcode for descriptions.

Support it more consistently. This will allow people to:
1) use Comcode effect…

Suggested by Chris Graham on 8th November 2018

core_language_editing: Easy/Automated marking as not needing translation

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When going through the translation queue you'll find stuff that does not need translating.

Some of this stuff can be auto-detected. These could be automatically copied across translations at content add/save.
Examples:
1) {!EXAMPLE} [language string references are inherently multi-lingual]
2) 12345 […

Suggested by Chris Graham on 6th November 2018

core_language_editing: Smarter DB sorting for multi-lang sites

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Sorting order is undefined for sites with partial content translations.

Imagine a site with these entries...
1) German=Foo,English=Foo
2) German=Hallo,English=Hello
3) German=Zehr,English=Very
4) German=(untranslated),English=Something
5) German=Uber,English=(untranslated)

Viewing in German you'…

Suggested by Chris Graham on 6th November 2018

core: Close tooltips by clicking anywhere

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Composr supports tooltips that are activated with a click.
You click again to close them.

However, some users may try and click elsewhere to close them. Support this.

We just need the equivalent of onclick="clear_out_tooltips();" on body.

Suggested by Chris Graham on 30th October 2018

catalogues: Allow configuring what fields are scanned for possible keywords

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Currently all fields are scanned for meta keywords.

Add a field option to specify whether any particular field should be scanned for meta keywords.

Suggested by Chris Graham on 30th October 2018

catalogues: Don't split up codename fields when scanning for words

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Even if punctuation is used (e.g. "something.else"), a codename field is by definition all one word. So have some way of signalling this when passing codename fields into the meta keyword scanner.

Suggested by Chris Graham on 29th October 2018

core_webstandards: Different colours for different kinds of warning

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Currently everything is red.

It would be better to properly define a system of different levels: errors, warnings, notices. And each would get a different colour.

Suggested by Chris Graham on 27th October 2018