[Phpmyadmin-devel] Collapsible navigation frame
tyronx at gmail.com
Wed Jul 27 21:20:55 CEST 2011
On Wed, Jul 27, 2011 at 10:08 PM, Marc Delisle <marc at infomarc.info> wrote:
> Tyron Madlener a écrit :
>> On Wed, Jul 27, 2011 at 7:51 PM, Marc Delisle <marc at infomarc.info> wrote:
>>> Tyron Madlener a écrit :
>>>> Just had a good idea how to fix the 'open in new tab' workaround for
>>>> getting more space on various pages (particularly useful on the status
>>>> monitor). I've implemented a very quick demonstration on how a
>>>> collapsible navigation frame could work like. If the idea is good and
>>>> the feature can go to master, I will implemented it better. Also it
>>>> could need a better icon.
>>>> Commit 5fb7f9cd1716ae747a6e898ee6e92c864d4da6dc and
>>>> 05dd085aeb0334d1e9ee68037efb563866892164 do the magic. It will make an
>>>> arrow appear vertically centered on the nav frame.
>>>> Should be testable anytime soon on http://demo.phpmyadmin.net/gsoc-tyron
>>> Taking into account that phpMyAdmin currently has the navi panel inside
>>> a frame, what's the advantage (apart from the look) of this, compared to
>>> just dragging the vertical separator line?
>> That it is significantly less convenient to find that 3 pixel wide
>> area where you can drag the frame, then move it to the end of the
>> screen. Also it doesn't seem to be possible in Chrome. Also there's no
>> visual indicator showing this is possible, so the average user might
>> never be aware of it.
> I see your point. By the way, a few hours ago I was able to make it work
> on my copy of your tree but it no longer works (nor on the demo server).
That is odd, it is still working for me on the gsoc-tyron demo, maybe
because i used static theme paths (for testing)?
>> I have to mention though, my current code doesn't seem to work in
>> Opera. But I guess that is only a matter of some bug fixing.
> Marc Delisle
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