Fluid Re-Orderer & uP3
gary at unicon.net
Tue Jan 8 20:45:37 UTC 2008
Those are good questions. I believe the answers would be:
Locked portlets will always be at the top of their current column.
Locked portlets can be present in any column
Locked portlets can only be moved by privileged users (likely admins).
Users with privilege could drag and drop locked portlets just like other
portlets, though their position will follow normal locked portlet rules
(always at the top of the column and ordered by priority). This may
require changes to uPortal to accomplish. An indication should be given
to admin users which portlets are locked. I'll think through that
interaction and come up with a design.
Anastasia Cheetham wrote:
> On 2-Jan-08, at 1:59 PM, Gary Thompson wrote:
>> So, my conclusion for the DnD reordering of portlets is to go with
>> our initial gut instinct:
>> * locked portlets always go to the top of column
>> * if there is more than one locked portlet, they are ordered by
>> priority (a system parameter set and changed by an administrator)
>> * reorderable portlets may not go above locked portlets within a
>> column (or between locked portlets if there are more than one)
> Gary, thanks for doing that research, and producing this summary.
> Just to clarify: Locked portlets will always be at the top of their
> current column, but locked portlets can be present in any column? They
> are not restricted to the leftmost column?
> Assuming that locked portlets can exist in any column, can they be
> moved between columns?
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