The (lost and found) Caches Controls in Dolphin 7.1 Admin

Andrew Boon posted 30th of July 2012 in News. 9 comments.

Some members noticed that when we announced Dolphin Admin update the little block with "caches" controls disappeared and was nowhere to be found. There was a good reason - a new dedicated Caches page has been added to Tools.

The new "Caches" management system now shows the percentage of space each individual cache type is taking. Once you clear it, the pie-chart will instantly update and will show you the new proportions...


It will also show which Cache Engines are installed and activated...


And a dedicated Settings tab for those willing to get their hands dirty...


Interestingly, we find the new, refreshed look of Dolphin and its Admin panel rather inspiring - it just calls for new interesting features, visualisations and experiments. We'll see where it takes us.

For now, we plan just a couple more things in Admin panel and a few minor improvements in User part, and we should be able to proceed to beta testing. This time we don't plan to release any "Alpha" versions (technically, you can just grab them from SVN), so expect Betas with interim upgrade packs.

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Andrew, which template dolphin 7.1 has by default? The UNI tmpl will be available in this version or just the brand new?

btw this clear cache support the xcache admin panel? that will be great in this version.
btw beta testing, did anyone try to move the member menu bar to the top with the uni template in 7.1? This isn't working, well the menu bar is on top but overlays the navigation part
Nathan Paton
The default template is still UNI, but with a makeover.
Yes but the old one it look good and i use it just with a small mod. i think will be should have both the old one and the new one i dont know.
looks nice, but can someone explain to me, why need this cachechart 8)
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