This message is especially for Nault developers.
I installed Nault as a successor to NanoVault, as I heard that NanoVault is no longer a valid option with the new versions of the node.
I don't have the time to adapt my shopping cart to Nano, so I'm looking for a quick and dirty way to integrate Nano to a few hundred product pages.
One of the reasons of PayPal's success is that it is easy to generate payment links with very few coding knowledge. I believe it is still a major strength of PayPal.
As a desktop guy (no apps on my phones), NanoVault was my best candidate, and Nault now is, to generate payment links (accounts) and copy-paste them in a MySQL table.
But I'm truly upset with the new design of Nault for accounts as compared to NanoVault.
It is inefficient for managing a list of products (with one account per product).
I add a picture to illustrate. To my opinion, NanoVault had far superior design in this regard.
Ideally, editing accounts should be more or less like editing cells in Excel, without that a popup has to open for edits.
As we see, Nault requires a lot of precious space to display very few accounts.
I would suggest that you have a look at how CubeCart (a free shopping cart) list the products in a very compact and efficient way. It is very usable, also on laptops and is efficient at searching or filtering products. It could be a source of inpiration for Nault's accounts management and the labels.
I also don't undertand the Nault's 20-accounts limit (inherited from NanoVault) which doesn't seem to have a reason to be, as many more accounts can be derived from the seed.
A useful thing would be a way to import NanoVault's labels.
I had a look at Windows AppData folder but could not figure out how to import preexisting account from NanoVault into Nault.
I would also suggest thinking "fast edition" (like thus of Excel cells) and "batch mode".
For instance QR code pictures could be named according to label names and stored in a folder, so that the user would simply have to upload those pictures to its website with an FTP client.
I sometimes feel like you, developers, are in an ivory tower. I watched some technical videos.
Only "smart" and crypto-educated people can understand you
Please don't take it bad!
If you want a major adoption of Nano, it is necessary to show to non-IT people how to use it, but also to let people try the interface and observe how they use it without external help.
I would suggest that you find some small merchants in your neighbourhood (typically garages selling spare parts through classified ads), teach them how they can simply generate payment links with Nault or NanoVault. You would probably learn a lot from how them.