[Seaside] Drag and drop: how do you nest it?
shutej at crazilocks.com
Wed Nov 29 22:34:16 UTC 2006
I'm sorry, the referenced class is an object containing class-side string
constants (a habit that allows me to do crude internationalization fairly
quickly). You're right in that it should be called SUReorderableList.
You're right in that the component should be pluggable. You're right in
that it should at LEAST come bundled with a test, ala the other Seaside
Now, another quick question. If I can't have nested D&D, I thought to
myself, "I'll use the lightbox"!
But the dark overlayed background doesn't fit to all 4 edges of the browser
window. Instead of masking off the whole screen, the upper-left corner of
the dark layer fits to the upper-left hand corner of the first draggable
item in my list (the <li>'s content, not the number the browser renders to
the left of it.) Looking at...
...it appears that the lightbox DOES have an understanding of the window
boundaries, so I must be doing something wrong. While you're dishing out
heaping helpings of useful knowledge, do you know where I should be
On 11/29/06, Lukas Renggli <renggli at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I have a widget that presents an OrderedCollection of other widgets,
> > allowing you to reorder it. I have attached a file-out of this
> > class. I would be happy if it made it into Seaside. :-)
> I had a quick look at your code. Some comments:
> - there is a reference to an unknown class JJSMessages
> - the class uses the Seaside namespace, but depends on external
> functionality from Scriptaculous
> - if this is a widget then it should be pluggable, so that I am not
> necessarily forced to subclass
> - it would be good to have an example on the class-side, I don't
> really understand how to use it
> Lukas Renggli
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