changing the badge should not be possible by just clicking the star. The user has to hit the edit button first to make any edits. We should stay consistent with the rest of the UI here.

My suggestion would be, in non edit mode show the star or whatever icon represents a specific badge, and in edit mode just provide a drop down where the badge can be selected from.

Cheers, tobi

On Sep 4, 2013 7:05 PM, "Michał Łazowik" <mlazowik@me.com> wrote:
Wiadomość napisana przez Denny Vrandečić <denny.vrandecic@wikimedia.de> w dniu 4 wrz 2013, o godz. 17:52:

> Hi,
> I would actually still stick with these layouts. I know the API allows for a more powerful usage of badges, but the UI could simply allow to set FA or GA, and leave the rest of the badges alone, as a first step.

That seems to be very reasonable, thanks. But the design allows only to switch on/off (one badge).
What should it be to support both FA/GA? A selectable list (of strings?)? A list that opens on clicking the star
and two diifferent star colors?

> In a second step we could think about how to deal with the full power of the badges API, but this would require some layout drafts first.
> I hope this makes sense,
> Cheers,
> Denny

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