Is Inline Edit beta ready?
eli at media.berkeley.edu
Wed Jun 18 15:34:21 UTC 2008
I'm going to play around with this a bit this morning. A good
distraction from a tetchy tummy.
On Jun 18, 2008, at 7:53 AM, Eli Cochran wrote:
> I agree that the column resizing is annoying but I played around
> with the styling and the HTML and I have to say, it's not easy to fix.
> The two choices to fix it are:
> - having the edit box be only as wide as the original text which
> makes it more difficult for the user to add more characters to the
> field, or to even know that they can add more text than is there.
> - constraining the widths of the table column on the fly. Now that
> might work. It would be a "special case" since an inline editor
> wouldn't always be in a table. The bigger issue is that constraining
> column widths in tables is notoriously hard to do in a nice way.
> That's definitely a tough one.
> - Eli
> On Jun 18, 2008, at 7:35 AM, erin yu wrote:
>> Two little bugs :)
>> 1. I think the yellow highlight should highlight the editable text
>> only and shouldn't go all the way to the end of the column. This
>> convention is useful esp. when not the entire text in the column is
>> editable. I'll open a JIRA for it if everyone agrees.
>> 2. When you click on the yellow highlight, the subject becomes an
>> editable text box _and_ at the same time expands the column. As a
>> results, the other columns to the right of the subject column are
>> shifted to the right. Will open a JIRA for it.
>> On 18-Jun-08, at 10:13 AM, Michelle D'Souza wrote:
>>> Hi everyone,
>>> We are planning to cut an 0.4 beta on June 26th. In it we'd like to
>>> feature both Inline Edit and Pager in preview modes. To accomplish
>>> this, I would like to switch my attention from Inline Edit to Pager
>>> even though Inline Edit is still in basic form. Designers, can you
>>> take a look at Inline Edit and see what you think? Presenters, is
>>> there enough done of Inline Edit for your presentations?
>>> Michelle D'Souza
>>> Software Developer, Fluid Project
>>> Adaptive Technology Resource Centre
>>> University of Toronto
>>> fluid-work mailing list
>>> fluid-work at fluidproject.org
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> Eli Cochran
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> ETS, UC Berkeley
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