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panyasan
Hello qooxdooers,

here comes another new contribution: a simple collapsable panel:

https://qooxdoo-contrib.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/qooxdoo-contrib/trunk/qooxdoo-contrib/collapsablePanel/trunk/

Demo is at

http://m53s12.vlinux.de/cboulanger/collapsablepanel/build/

here is a Screenshot:



It is doing what it is supposed to do, however, there are a couple of things that could be improved:

- Animation: I have tried to use qx.fx to collapse the panels with an animation, but have failed miserably. The attempt is still in the code (commented out), so if an animation specialist wants to join in, this would be very much appreciated.

- Flexible resizing: In the demo, the panel container is a Scroll container, so if you expand all panels, the used space is just increased. Ideally, there should be a mode where opening one panel would decrease the size of all other opened panels proportionally.

To end, I want to praise the qooxdoo dev's for making adding a contribution a snap with "create-application -t contribution". It's really easy now.

Best,

Christian
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Re: New Contribution: Collapsable Panel

Jim Hunter-2
I tried to run the demo and got this:

Phishing Site Blocked

Phishing is a fraudulent attempt to get you to provide
personal information under false pretenses.


Thanks for the control, it looks great!

Jim


On Thu, Oct 8, 2009 at 4:31 PM, panyasan <[hidden email]> wrote:

Hello qooxdooers,

here comes another new contribution: a simple collapsable panel:

https://qooxdoo-contrib.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/qooxdoo-contrib/trunk/qooxdoo-contrib/collapsablePanel/trunk/

Demo is at

http://m53s12.vlinux.de/cboulanger/collapsablepanel/build/

here is a Screenshot:

http://n2.nabble.com/file/n3791440/Bild%2B2.png

It is doing what it is supposed to do, however, there are a couple of things
that could be improved:

- Animation: I have tried to use qx.fx to collapse the panels with an
animation, but have failed miserably. The attempt is still in the code
(commented out), so if an animation specialist wants to join in, this would
be very much appreciated.

- Flexible resizing: In the demo, the panel container is a Scroll container,
so if you expand all panels, the used space is just increased. Ideally,
there should be a mode where opening one panel would decrease the size of
all other opened panels proportionally.

To end, I want to praise the qooxdoo dev's for making adding a contribution
a snap with "create-application -t contribution". It's really easy now.

Best,

Christian
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Re: New Contribution: Collapsable Panel

Krycek
Nice contribution. Thanks for sharing.
But I think I found a bug.

Here are the steps to reproduce:
1) Open all panels (First Panel, Second, ...)
2) Close all panels (Fifth Panel, Fourth Panel, ...)
3) Try to open all panels again (First Panel, Second, ...)
When trying to open the Fourth Panel, Chrome v3 is not responsive any more.

In FF 3.5 it looks ok, though.

On Thu, Oct 8, 2009 at 8:52 PM, Jim Hunter <[hidden email]> wrote:
I tried to run the demo and got this:

Phishing Site Blocked

Phishing is a fraudulent attempt to get you to provide
personal information under false pretenses.


Thanks for the control, it looks great!

Jim


On Thu, Oct 8, 2009 at 4:31 PM, panyasan <[hidden email]> wrote:

Hello qooxdooers,

here comes another new contribution: a simple collapsable panel:

https://qooxdoo-contrib.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/qooxdoo-contrib/trunk/qooxdoo-contrib/collapsablePanel/trunk/

Demo is at

http://m53s12.vlinux.de/cboulanger/collapsablepanel/build/

here is a Screenshot:

http://n2.nabble.com/file/n3791440/Bild%2B2.png

It is doing what it is supposed to do, however, there are a couple of things
that could be improved:

- Animation: I have tried to use qx.fx to collapse the panels with an
animation, but have failed miserably. The attempt is still in the code
(commented out), so if an animation specialist wants to join in, this would
be very much appreciated.

- Flexible resizing: In the demo, the panel container is a Scroll container,
so if you expand all panels, the used space is just increased. Ideally,
there should be a mode where opening one panel would decrease the size of
all other opened panels proportionally.

To end, I want to praise the qooxdoo dev's for making adding a contribution
a snap with "create-application -t contribution". It's really easy now.

Best,

Christian
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Re: New Contribution: Collapsable Panel

panyasan
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Jim Hunter-2 wrote
I tried to run the demo and got this:
Phishing Site BlockedPhishing is a fraudulent attempt to get you to provide
personal information under false pretenses.
Somehow I got my server on some oversensitive list. Try this:

http://www.qxtransformer.org/qooxdoo/collapsablepanel/build/

Christian
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Re: New Contribution: Collapsable Panel

panyasan
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Krycek wrote
Nice contribution. Thanks for sharing.But I think I found a bug.

Here are the steps to reproduce:
1) Open all panels (First Panel, Second, ...)
2) Close all panels (Fifth Panel, Fourth Panel, ...)
3) Try to open all panels again (First Panel, Second, ...)
When trying to open the Fourth Panel, Chrome v3 is not responsive any more.

In FF 3.5 it looks ok, though.
Hello,

Thanks for reporting the bug.

I cannot confirm the bug for Chrome 4.0.221.8 on Mac OS 10.5. Works as expected here.

Christian
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Re: New Contribution: Collapsable Panel

panyasan
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panyasan wrote
It is doing what it is supposed to do, however, there are a couple of things that could be improved:
One more things comes to my mind:

- when placed in a HBox Layout, the collapsed state should consist of a *vertical* bar (the bar rotated 90° down). Of course, the label cannot be rotated unless one would be able to use SVG.
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Re: New Contribution: Collapsable Panel

fritz
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On Fri, 9 Oct 2009, panyasan wrote:

> Krycek wrote:
>>
>> Nice contribution. Thanks for sharing.But I think I found a bug.
>>
>> Here are the steps to reproduce:
>> 1) Open all panels (First Panel, Second, ...)
>> 2) Close all panels (Fifth Panel, Fourth Panel, ...)
>> 3) Try to open all panels again (First Panel, Second, ...)
>> When trying to open the Fourth Panel, Chrome v3 is not responsive any
>> more.
>>
>> In FF 3.5 it looks ok, though.
>
> Hello,
>
> Thanks for reporting the bug.
>
> I cannot confirm the bug for Chrome 4.0.221.8 on Mac OS 10.5. Works as
> expected here.

Works also on Chrome 4.0.203.0 and 4.0.222.1 (build 28248) on Ubuntu Jaunty
and on 3.0.195.25 on Windows.

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Re: New Contribution: Collapsable Panel

panyasan
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panyasan wrote
Hello qooxdooers,

here comes another new contribution: a simple collapsable panel:

https://qooxdoo-contrib.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/qooxdoo-contrib/trunk/qooxdoo-contrib/collapsablePanel/trunk/
1) contrib name change:

At Andrea's request, I changed the name from "collapsablePanel" to "CollapsablePanel" in the contrib svn. It is now:

https://qooxdoo-contrib.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/qooxdoo-contrib/trunk/qooxdoo-contrib/CollapsablePanel/trunk/

2) Question to users:

Which behavior feels more natural to you to toggle the collapse of the panel:

  a) Simple click on bar
      or:
  b) Simple click on icon or doubleclick on bar

In the code, I intended b), but due to a bug, it turned out to be a). Which seems ok as behavior.

Thanks,

Christian
 
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Re: New Contribution: Collapsable Panel

panyasan

panyasan wrote
At Andrea's request, ...
I of course meant "Andreas' request". Unfortunately, no women yet among the qooxdoo dev's. And very few among the qooxdoo user base. Guess that's kind of representative of the profession. :-( Somewhat better among my profession (social scientist).

Best,
Christian
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Re: New Contribution: Collapsable Panel

Noggin182
> I of course meant "Andreas' request". Unfortunately, no women yet among the
> qooxdoo dev's. And very few among the qooxdoo user base. Guess that's kind
> of representative of the profession. :-( Somewhat better among my profession
> (social scientist).

We have a female developer on our team, she is busy with other tasks
currently so can't yet be classed as qooxdoo dev, but watch this space ;)


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Re: New Contribution: Collapsable Panel

Noggin182
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>
> Which behavior feels more natural to you to toggle the collapse of the
> panel:
>
>   a) Simple click on bar
>       or:
>   b) Simple click on icon or doubleclick on bar
>

Definately a!

Good contrib btw!


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Re: New Contribution: Collapsable Panel

fritz
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On Fri, 9 Oct 2009, panyasan wrote:

> panyasan wrote:
>>
>> At Andrea's request, ...
>
> I of course meant "Andreas' request". Unfortunately, no women yet among the
> qooxdoo dev's. And very few among the qooxdoo user base. Guess that's kind
> of representative of the profession. :-( Somewhat better among my profession
> (social scientist).

Just to add to the confusion: in Switzerland (and I guess also in Italy)
Andrea (without s) is a valid firstname for men and women ...

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Re: New Contribution: Collapsable Panel

Nathan Hadley
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> Which behavior feels more natural to you to toggle the collapse of the
> panel:
>
>   a) Simple click on bar
>       or:
>   b) Simple click on icon or doubleclick on bar
>

Like this contrib, was developing something similar but I've been
putting it off for more important things, so think we'll use this.

My vote is A, a single click should apply to both bar and icon

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On Fri, 9 Oct 2009, panyasan wrote:

> panyasan wrote:
>>
>> At Andrea's request, ...
>
> I of course meant "Andreas' request". Unfortunately, no women yet
among the
> qooxdoo dev's. And very few among the qooxdoo user base. Guess that's
kind
> of representative of the profession. :-( Somewhat better among my
profession
> (social scientist).

Just to add to the confusion: in Switzerland (and I guess also in Italy)
Andrea (without s) is a valid firstname for men and women ...

Cheers,
Fritz

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Re: New Contribution: Collapsable Panel

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OK just had a chance to look at the code and wanted to point out some
things that might improve it.
(This isn't meant to be critisism, just the spirit of sharing).

I noticed you used a menu bar, surely this has a lot of over head? You
could simply create a container with a HBox layout and set the decorator
to menubar. Or better yet, if you are willing to drop the custom icon
support you could just have a single atom for the whole bar.
Or to make things simpler, you could change the whole bar for a toggle
button and then provide a custom decorator that inherites from menubar
but changes the icon based on the state.

These are just some ideas I had, if you are interested I could make the
change locally and send you it so you can see exactly what I mean.

Matt

panyasan wrote:

> Hello qooxdooers,
>
> here comes another new contribution: a simple collapsable panel:
>
> https://qooxdoo-contrib.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/qooxdoo-contrib/trunk/qooxdoo-contrib/collapsablePanel/trunk/
>
> Demo is at
>
> http://m53s12.vlinux.de/cboulanger/collapsablepanel/build/
>
> here is a Screenshot:
>
> http://n2.nabble.com/file/n3791440/Bild%2B2.png 
>
> It is doing what it is supposed to do, however, there are a couple of things
> that could be improved:
>
> - Animation: I have tried to use qx.fx to collapse the panels with an
> animation, but have failed miserably. The attempt is still in the code
> (commented out), so if an animation specialist wants to join in, this would
> be very much appreciated.
>
> - Flexible resizing: In the demo, the panel container is a Scroll container,
> so if you expand all panels, the used space is just increased. Ideally,
> there should be a mode where opening one panel would decrease the size of
> all other opened panels proportionally.
>
> To end, I want to praise the qooxdoo dev's for making adding a contribution
> a snap with "create-application -t contribution". It's really easy now.
>
> Best,
>
> Christian


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Re: New Contribution: Collapsable Panel

panyasan
Hi Matt,

Noggin182 wrote
OK just had a chance to look at the code and wanted to point out some
things that might improve it.
(This isn't meant to be critisism, just the spirit of sharing).

I noticed you used a menu bar, surely this has a lot of over head? You
could simply create a container with a HBox layout and set the decorator
to menubar. Or better yet, if you are willing to drop the custom icon
support you could just have a single atom for the whole bar.
Or to make things simpler, you could change the whole bar for a toggle
button and then provide a custom decorator that inherites from menubar
but changes the icon based on the state.

These are just some ideas I had, if you are interested I could make the
change locally and send you it so you can see exactly what I mean.
No problem at all, on the contrary, you are welcome to improve the whole thing in any way you want - that's the whole point of qooxdoo-contrib, isn't it ;-) Seriously, I am very happy about changes in the code as long as in the end, the widget works as expected. I am not very familiar with theming or decorators so please go forward and commit ! That's the open source spirit!

Christian
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Re: New Contribution: Collapsable Panel

panyasan
Noggin182 wrote
 Or better yet, if you are willing to drop the custom icon
support you could just have a single atom for the whole bar.
Maybe some input from the community - I am not attached to custom icons in the label but thought it might be useful in some cases. But certainly, looking at the collapsable panels in other frameworks, none of them has additional icons in the bars.

C.
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Re: New Contribution: Collapsable Panel

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panyasan wrote:
> Maybe some input from the community - I am not attached to custom icons in
> the label but thought it might be useful in some cases. But certainly,
> looking at the collapsable panels in other frameworks, none of them has
> additional icons in the bars.

OK, if I was writing the control from scratch I would also have it so
you could add children rather then having to use setContent() to apply a
widget, this could be nicely done with MRemoteChildrenHandling so I will
throw that suggestion to the community as well.

Could anyone interested in this widget please answer the following:

1.) Would you need to be able to provide a custom icon next to the text
in addition to the opened/closed icon?
2.) When you have several widgets you want to add in the panel, would
you prefer adding these to a seperate container and then doing
panel.setContent(myContainer), or the ability to set the layout and add
  children directly to the panel?


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Re: New Contribution: Collapsable Panel

Loïc Bresson -- Novlog
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I like this widget :)
As someone wrote, it could be nice to have custom icons in the bars.

> Which behavior feels more natural to you to toggle the collapse of the
> panel:
>
>   a) Simple click on bar
>       or:
>   b) Simple click on icon or doubleclick on bar
>

a) for me !

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Re: New Contribution: Collapsable Panel

fritz
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On Fri, 9 Oct 2009, Matthew Gregory wrote:

> panyasan wrote:
>> Maybe some input from the community - I am not attached to custom icons in
>> the label but thought it might be useful in some cases. But certainly,
>> looking at the collapsable panels in other frameworks, none of them has
>> additional icons in the bars.
>
> OK, if I was writing the control from scratch I would also have it so
> you could add children rather then having to use setContent() to apply a
> widget, this could be nicely done with MRemoteChildrenHandling so I will
> throw that suggestion to the community as well.
>
> Could anyone interested in this widget please answer the following:
>
> 1.) Would you need to be able to provide a custom icon next to the text
>     in addition to the opened/closed icon?

Probably not.

> 2.) When you have several widgets you want to add in the panel, would
> you prefer adding these to a seperate container and then doing
> panel.setContent(myContainer), or the ability to set the layout and add
>  children directly to the panel?

The latter seems more consistent with the rest of Qooxdoo ..

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Re: New Contribution: Collapsable Panel

Loïc Bresson -- Novlog
In reply to this post by Noggin182
Matthew Gregory wrote:
> Could anyone interested in this widget please answer the following:
>
> 1.) Would you need to be able to provide a custom icon next to the text
> in addition to the opened/closed icon?

Yes.

> 2.) When you have several widgets you want to add in the panel, would
> you prefer adding these to a seperate container and then doing
> panel.setContent(myContainer), or the ability to set the layout and add
>   children directly to the panel?

I would prefer to set the layout and add children directly to the panel.
This way it would behaves like tabviews for example (for the "adding
children procedure").

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Loïc Bresson


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