reordering table rows example - FLUID-2173
eli at media.berkeley.edu
Thu Jan 29 01:19:41 UTC 2009
So I seem to be able to make this happen in FF3 on a Mac by dragging
the first item in Announcements from the left edge of the item to the
right and slightly down until the drop arrow displays and then
dropping. But it's touchy, I'd say that 20% of the time I don't hit it
right and the bug doesn't happen.
Can't get it to happen at all in Safari (but then you didn't ask about
Safari did you?).
I'll have a look on Windows tomorrow.
On Jan 28, 2009, at 12:54 PM, Antranig Basman wrote:
> Hi, I am forwarding this out to the list (hope it is ok) since I
> am having some problem reproducing the issue... I *did* manage
> to trigger it once, but since then I cannot make it happen again
> on either FF2, FF3 or Opera. I would appreciate it if anyone
> could offer some tips how to make the "row into a cell" phenomenon
> occur again....
> I have copied the markup for this sample into
> tests/manual/reorderer/table-tr and entered a JIRA
> Begin forwarded message:
>> From: "Silverio, Gonzalo" <gsilver at umich.edu>
>> Date: January 28, 2009 2:13:41 PM GMT-05:00
>> To: Justin <justin.obara at utoronto.ca>
>> Subject: Re: reordering table rows example
>> Hi Justin.
>> Sure – take a look:
>> Using Firefox, go to:
>> Login as admin/admin
>> Go to site FLUID Integration
>> Go to Announcements, then click on Reorder link.
>> You should be able to drop a row into a cell – that is what it looks
>> like at least.
>> If I give the table rows a “display:table” property/value then is
>> works, but it is no longer a “good” row. You can see that if you go
>> to Resources/reorder or Assignments/reorder.
>> Thanks for asking!
>> On 1/28/09 1:29 PM, "Justin" <justin.obara at utoronto.ca> wrote:
>> Hi Gonzalo,
>> I remember a while back you were showing us a problem that occurs
>> you were attempting to reorder table rows.
>> Do you still have that example?
>> Do you remember if a jira was filed for it? I can't seem to locate
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