Hey guys, I'd like to show something I've been spending quite a bit of time working on. It's an all new way of displaying the Settings for NG+. I'm moving towards a new system where there will be no need for a dummy URL for the NG+ settings, and they can be edited from a Modal window on any NG page.
This new color scheme is also going to include major changes to the organization of settings, which I always felt was a bit lacking and messy. It's going to take quite a bit of work to rewrite the system I have in place now, but I feel like it will be more than worth it. Once I perfect the way users can actually modify features, it opens a whole new window of possibilities.
Until now, the only settings available have been Booleans (ON or OFF), and a single Array (List), being the Ignore List, which had proprietary code to render and control it.
I'm moving the settings "engine" to a more Object-Oriented system, where the different Settings can be made more customizable. The eventual hope is that one day NG+ will be able to support "scriptlets", meaning user-made modules that run in conjunction with the basic NG+, and that they can have their settings dropped right into NG+'s.
All of that is a long way down the road, but for now, I leave you with this screencap, comparing the two interfaces. Oh, and FYI, the coloring of the new one changes based on which page it's opened on, so opening on a Games page will make it blue, Movies red, etc.