(This one probably goes out to @daz)
Our SAML SSO server app uses the AUI iconfont for some of its icons. With Confluence 6.7 or so however, AUI 7 was introduced. It looks really nice and clean and I like the overall look of it a lot.
But one of the icons we used was changed so significantly, that I think it completely changes the semantics of the icon. I also don’t find a good replacement, so I thought I’d ask here:
For multi-element inputs in our app’s config (i.e. Arrays), the interface has add and remove buttons to do this:
on AUI 5 and 6:
but on AUI 7.6.2 bundled with it looks like that:
Semantically, I would think this icon closes something, but it’s still available under the list-remove alias. What’s a bit dangerous about this is that when we use it in tab titles like we used to, the user might be lead to believe that they can “close” this tab without any consequences, while in fact, they would delete something.
The list-add and list-remove icons also disappeared from the docs (they were there in 7.4).
Is there a good solution for this problem? Ideally a solution would work consistently from AUI 5.8 on (since Bamboo and FeCru are stuck on that).
Thanks for your help!