When deleting an account, the "What do you want to do with your works?" page doesn't link to information on orphaning
Create an account you're willing to delete
Post at least one work with a co-creator
Post at least one work created only by you
Hi, username! > My Dashboard > Profile > Delete My Account
When you delete your account, you'll be taken to a page asking you what you want to do with your works. This page gives you the option to orphan, but doesn't say what orphaning does.
In the Works You Made With Others section, the sentence, "You are not able to delete these as they are shared works" should be changed to, "You are not able to delete these as they are shared works, but you can orphan them or remove yourself completely as a co-creator." The word "orphan" should link to archive_faq_path("orphaning").
In the Works and Collections You Made By Yourself section, the word "orphaning" in the sentence, "You can delete them, but please consider orphaning them instead!" should link to archive_faq_path("orphaning").
Not having info easily accessible means users occasionally write in to PAC to say they didn't know what orphaning was and are now unhappy they can't delete the works.
While we're doing this, variations on the word "author" should also be replaced with "creator."
Went to the delete my account page and:
Links to the Orphaning FAQ are where they’re supposed to be
References to changing the pseud to “orphan” do have double quotes
There are no translation missing errors
It does say: Change my pseud to "orphan" and attach to the orphan account
I do not see "translation missing" anywhere on the page.
Use a consistent translation method on the users/delete_preview view
Use double quotes in the option Change my pseud to "orphan" and attach to the orphan account
Update the When I choose... step definition to work when the radio button label text has double quotes in it
Make sure there are double quotes in that option
Make sure it doesn't say "translation missing" anywhere on the page
I think the reason it’s single is just that it was easier code-wise – I was going to change it, but was too lazy to Google how to escape quotation marks (I can never remember if the
goes before or after). Since it’s bothering someone other than me, though, I am happy to change it!
I do have a question over whether it should be ‘orphan’ (as it currently is) or “orphan” as we tend to follow American grammar rules, but I’ll leave that up to you to determine.