[Phpmyadmin-devel] qTip usage for more reusable code
marc at infomarc.info
Mon Jul 11 13:54:38 CEST 2011
Le 2011-07-11 04:34, Aris Feryanto a écrit :
> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: Aris Feryanto <aris_feryanto at yahoo.com>
>> ----- Original Message -----
>>> From: Tyron Madlener <tyronx at gmail.com>
>>> Hi Aris
>>> I have reused your Tooltip style (dHint class) and animation
>>> effects for my sortable tables on the status page. However I had
>>> to copy the code, maybe it's worth investing time in a reusable
>>> solution? Maybe based on qtip (or we remove qtip altogether and
>>> build our own solution)?
>> Hi Tyron,
>> Reusable code is always good. I think we can use qtip, since it is
>> already included in phpMyAdmin jQuery library and the interface
>> also looks nice. I'll try this on browse-mode tooltip.
> I changed the subject of this email to make it clearer.
> I pushed new code using qTip to my repo. You may try the demo at .
> But, there are some bugs left: - qTip seems to conflict with column
> highlighting. - I use qtip.hide() to hide the qtip when column header
> is clicked in order to mark/unmark or to reorder column. But,
> sometimes it just disappear and never come back again.
I confirm that with Firefox 5.0 and IE 9 on Windows Vista, I have a
solid conflict with column highlighting. Everytime I hover over the
column's header, vertical highlighting does not happen. Then I hover out
and highlighting happens (it looks like the column was marked).
Worse: the tip cannot be read in IE 9 (it's very narrow).
> I think these problems won't happen in sortable tables on the status
> page, since it doesn't need special handling as in browse-mode.
> Before I proceed further, I would like to hear any comment or
> feedback from other phpMyAdmin developers and GSoC-ers about this
> qTip usage.
>  http://demo.phpmyadmin.net/gsoc-aris
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