[Chameleon] MapSize Widget
jon at cybersite.com.au
Wed Jun 29 22:32:56 EDT 2005
On Wed, 2005-06-29 at 22:24 -0400, Paul Spencer wrote:
> I assume you are using the sample applications. They are not designed with this type of
> functionality in mind, and I think it would be reasonably difficult to retrofit it into
> the existing architecture. You will get more mileage out of designing your own template
> that includes flexible sizing IMHO.
> Speaking of which, if anyone out there has designed templates that they think would be
> of use to others, we could start a template gallery on the tiki site.
OK. This seems to be the general opinion for everyone out there.
that the sample scripts used. I took the tools_enhanced (with JSAPI)
script and examined it to see how it worked. It shows a call from
the MapSize widget popup to the applyMapSize(nWidth,nHeight) function.
I assumed calling this directly using <a
Looking at designing my own template then - would anyone have a sample
template like this already, or perhaps some tutorials on designing
templates for use with Chameleon? Once I have finished this project,
I will probably right some tutorials for people who are new like I
am or was at least ;)
> On Jun 30, Jonathon Coombes <jon at cybersite.com.au> wrote:
> > Hi All,
> > I am trying to get the MapSize widget working based on an image map
> > instead of the popup window like the samples. I want to emulate
> > something similar to the site <a
> > for map resizing.
> > What I have done so far was to include a MapSize widget and make it
> > applyMapSize(Width,Height). This seems to work, however it only resizes
> > the actual map image, rather than all the surrounding pan tools, borders
> > etc. Am I doing something wrong here? Has anyone else resized maps using
> > this method? Can you give me some tips?
> > Regards
> > Jonathon
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