[Newbies] Re: Accessing projects from a Web page

Klaus D. Witzel klaus.witzel at cobss.com
Sat Jun 10 09:29:33 UTC 2006

On Sat, 10 Jun 2006 11:04:48 +0200, Bert Freudenberg wrote:

> Am 10.06.2006 um 05:49 schrieb Klaus D. Witzel:
>> Would some good soul please have a look a the plugintest.html page,  
>> which on my platform starts with the following text in the plugin  
>> window: Hello Plugin World!
>> This window was opened by some code in the file plugintest.sts, which  
>> was downloaded by your web browser. The browser started the Squeak  
>> Virtual Machine (C:\Program Files\Opera\Program\Plugins\Squeak.exe)  
>> with a default object image (C:\Program Files\Opera 
>> \Program\Plugins\SqueakPlugin.image).
>> Since you are reading this I guess all is okay then ...
>> Click FIND in the Navigator bar below to load some example projects.  
>> You can get a larger view by clicking "Escape Browser".
>> --------my observations:
>> 1) there is no Navigation bar (so no escape from the browser)
>> 2) the heigth of the plugin is insufficient for reaching all items of  
>> the world menu (i.e. the desktop menu)
>> Since this is a test page, me too would like to see it work.
>> BTW the Fullwindow mode link works here and let me access the desktop  
>> menu from the world menu.
> This test page assumes you actually use Squeakland's SqueakPlugin.image.  
> That image has the "golden" navigator flap enabled by default.

I believe that is indeed the case, it says 'Squeakland 3.8-05 of 1  
September 2005'. I use it for the Petri net demo
- http://www.iam.unibe.ch/~scg/Teaching/CP/PetriNets/

> The code that opens the workspace is in the file plugintest.sts, it  
> could be made more intelligent to test for enabled flaps. However, I  
> can't update that website easily anymore.

Thank you anyways for taking care.

> Using the Squeakland image, the world menu fits on the screen for me.

Not that I did expect the following but, enlarging the Opera web page to  
150% did the job, the menu now fits :)

> If it does not in your image, you could use Alt-Drag to move it.

Tried it but that stalls the VM (no reaction to mouse or keyboard) and one  
has to reload the web page.

> - Bert -

Thanks again.


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