[Seaside] Re: Any design pattern for scroll issue when using
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Wed Mar 25 14:04:20 UTC 2009
You might take a look at
haven't tried it yet but it comes from a reliable source. There is an
about it here<http://www.lukas-renggli.ch/blog?_s=jMUTD9qfTpGmftem&_k=kR5-V9Ie>
On Wed, Mar 25, 2009 at 9:43 AM, Chun, Sungjin <chunsj at embian.com> wrote:
> What I've used for this kind of problem is save the scroll position to the
> cookie(not the
> On Mar 25, 2009, at 6:25 PM, Hilaire Fernandes wrote:
> I try to see the difference facet of the problem regarding mix use of
>> composition and the scroll problem. May be my view is partial because I
>> So far, I see mainly 3 concomitant issues:
>> 1. when you call a sub component, the canvas scrolls back to the top
>> 2. when you return from a sub component, the canvas scrolls back to the
>> 3. when you click a link with a callback changing the state of the
>> canvas, it scrolls back to the top
>> Regarding the history of the comments in this mailing list, I see the
>> problem can be solved using anchor.
>> But the problem is far to be optimal as it breaks reusability of the
>> For issue #1, I try with a special Anchor decoration, with this render
>> renderContentOn: html
>> html anchor
>> name: anchor;
>> script: (SUScript new goto: '#', anchor).
>> html text: ''.
>> self renderOwnerOn: html.
>> Don't ask me why the html text: '', otherwise the anchor is rendered
>> toward the end of the component (is it because the component has the
>> Form decoration?).
>> The decoration does not solve entirely reusability because the #answer
>> message in the sub component is out of the reach of the decoration. So
>> you still need to subclass component to get the scroll back issue #2
>> fixed, for example I sub-class WAChoiceDialog to override method ok:
>> self session jumpToAnchor: anchor .
>> super ok
>> Not nice
>> For issue #3, it is quite simple:
>> html anchor
>> callback: [attribute pushVersion: 'votre texte'.
>> self session jumpToAnchor: self hash asString];
>> with: '( + )'.
>> Any comments or additional ideas?
>> Le mardi 24 mars 2009 à 14:31 +0100, Hilaire Fernandes a écrit :
>>> Are there a well known pattern for seaside to deal with the browser
>>> scrolled page when using sub-component and callback?
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