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Access to the current Indi (person) 2 weeks 1 hour ago #1

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I am missing a point in the menu or somewhere else to (quickly) access the page of the current (last used) indi (person).

maybe a module to select a recently called person (history) will be nice!

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Access to the current Indi (person) 1 week 6 days ago #2

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Only visited indi page would need a modification and storage for history.

Block 'Last updated' on your 'My page' would do the job when you edited someting.
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Access to the current Indi (person) 1 week 6 days ago #3

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Ich habe nichts gegen eine Erweiterung der Datenbank.
Es könnte ja auch ein Modul sein, das die wenigen Infos in einem json-string speichert.
Ein Besucher hat keine "Meine Seite".

I have nothing against expanding the database.
It could also be a module that saves the few pieces of information in a json string.
A visitor does not have a "My Page".

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Access to the current Indi (person) 1 week 6 days ago #4

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That feature should be available for visitors, too?
What would be the advantage?
They could use the back in history of the browser instead.
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Access to the current Indi (person) 1 week 6 days ago #5

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That feature should be available for visitors, too?
What would be the advantage?
They could use the back in history of the browser instead.
they can, but possibly have visited some pages, that are not indis. that is wasted time.

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Access to the current Indi (person) 1 week 6 days ago #6

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Right click or Click-hold the back button provides a dropdown of last visited, on Chrome anyway. It's not always clear if it's an INDI or something else but I use that a lot.

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Access to the current Indi (person) 1 week 6 days ago #7

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ok, but not user-friendly.

for logged-in users, the history may be good, if you visit the site on another day.

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Access to the current Indi (person) 2 days 13 hours ago #8

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Right click or Click-hold the back button provides a dropdown of last visited, on Chrome anyway. It's not always clear if it's an INDI or something else but I use that a lot.
In Safari and Firefox, that dropdown lists the pages by title, which for INDI includes the person's name.
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