Our aim with Lexeri is to make terminology accessible to everyone. We believe that this requires a neatly arranged and easily comprehensible term view in particular. Our extensive update pools the experience we have acquired over recent months to improve the structure of our term view.
Neater and restructured
The first step was to clean up the term view and to align its look with the structure of a term entry and its terms. In addition, it was also important to us that users should not require any profound knowledge of term theory.
Attributes at term entry level that apply to all terms in one entry, the subject area, tags or definitions are now shown together on the right-hand side and remain there, even if the user scrolls through the individual terms.
Terms in the spotlight
The terms within the individual entries have now been brought further into the foreground. They are grouped by languages and consistently sorted according to their status. This means that the preferred term in the selected language is always shown at the top, followed by the accepted, obsolete and finally the prohibited variants. The preferred term is therefore easier to identify. In addition, languages that are currently irrelevant can be concealed and the view can also be expanded to show all languages.
As usual, the term attributes and functions such as grammatical properties, discussions or usage examples are listed together with the term.
Easier to edit
The update has also brought added simplicity to the job of editing term entries.
We will soon incorporate this option to edit other attributes in order to make editing of term entries as simple as possible.
More space for new things
Another reason why we did some spring cleaning in the team view was to create more space for new functions. For instance, we plan to add Images to the term entries, so we are sure you can guess where they will be positioned.