This wireframe is based on the v9 prototype.
- Summary: Saving of the Decapod project is done automatically after every user action since majority of actions will be significant. Even though saves are done automatically, for user's comfort, a clickable Save function is available.
- Save is selected by user.
- System saves any changes.
- Once saving complete
- a status message appears on screen: "Save successful."
- Below the menu bar, short text will tell the user when the document was last saved.
- If less than 10 minutes, the text will say: "Saved X minutes ago"
- If greater or equal to 10 minutes, the text will state the time of the last save: "Saved hh:mm".
Saves can be frequent, therefore saving actions should not cause a page refresh.
- Summary: Activating the Edit link will reveal a menu for Undo, Redo, and Edit Metadata.
- Edit link is activated.
- Note: The Edit link and the downward arrow do the same thing.
- A menu appears just below the "Edit" link text displaying the Edit options: Undo, Redo, and Edit Metadata.
- Undo and Redo will be greyed out / disabled if there are no actions to perform.
- Undo and Redo history should be saved for the entire document session.
- Closing the document will clear the history.
- Saving the document should not clear the history.
See Metadata Editor.
- Summary: Brings up the Decapod Options dialog. (i.e. "Enable/Disable audio notifications", "automatic saving", "automatic processing", etc.)
- Exact options to be designed.
See Export from Capture Mode.
See Export from Remaster Mode.
- Summary: Exports the book project into either PDF or multi-page TIFF.
- Selecting Export will reveal a menu just below the "Export" menu text.
- User can select either "Export to PDF" or "Export to TIFF".
- Summary: Returns the user back to the Dashboard.
- User selects Close.
- Dialog box appears and informs user that document is being saved. (Ensure that this dialog appears for at least 2 seconds).
- Interface switches from Capture / Remastering UI to the Decapod Dashboard interface.
See Keyboard Access.
Mode Switching: Capture and Remaster modes
See Switching Modes.
- The user can switch between Capture and Remaster mode on demand. Each mode offers different functionality for a different stage of workflow, but some core functionality is maintained throughout.