I think the treatment that JForum gives to the facility of put the cursor in the right place could be improved.
The login page: it's intuitive that when the user goes to this page, his intention is, first of all, to fill the user box, so he can press TAB and automatically goes to user and, finally, pressing ENTER, enter to the forum (without use the mouse if he doesn't want). But, to put the cursor at the username box, the user has to do it with the mouse. Suggestion: go to http://mail.yahoo.com.br and see by yourselves where is the cursor: ID Yahoo!:[l <-- ]
<br /> This behaviour is a characteristic of JForum: it happens with all the screens --> the cursor has to be firstly positioned by the mouse (or pressing TAB lots of times, like a guessing)
It's a simple feature, maybe if you think it's better I can register it at JIRA, but before would appreciate some comments, anyway...
[ ]'s [originally posted on jforum.net by leandro_salvador]
Well speaking of smart caret, I would like to add somthing.
In post writing, how about when the caret/highlight on a word that when you bold/italic/underline is pressed that it change it in the text rather than at it at the end. basicly up the word processing a little bit. [originally posted on jforum.net by jaydryu]