Justin J <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Dada Mail moving from Prototype/Scriptaculous to Jquery
Date: September 10th 2012
Once I get everything ported over, I could use a lot of help with people simply going through the program and making sure it's working correctly, still. I just have so many different browsers/platforms at my disposal and it's super important to make sure this is all working. I'll be happy to throw up a copy of the beta somewhere for people to Live Test, as almost all the changes will be on the client side of things.
If there's any jQuery wizards out there, I could especially use your help with some of the code, as I'm sure there's some better ways to do things. Most of the UI stuff in Dada Mail will stay the same, but the OSX-style modal menu that pops up for things like the Sending Preferences Test is going to take a major hit in slickness with this new revision, unless I can figure out somewhat better to do it. I may also need help with getting the jQuery UI stuff looking as best as it can, as parts of that are being used in Dada Mail for things like Progress Bars, Dialog Boxes, etc.
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