|ANN: Progress Update for Rulers [message #102922]
||Thu, 30 October 2003 21:29
| Pratik Shah
Registered: July 2009
We have decided to do away with marker support for this first cycle of|
development (there probably won't be another cycle before the GEF 3.0
release). Although there is no support for generic markers, guides (which
can be used to align figures in the editor) will be supported.
If you look at the latest code in the repository, you will find some initial
work done for the rulers. However, we are doing some major re-workings on
it right now, so I wouldn't recommend that you work off of or use what's in
the repository. That's just to give you an idea of how far we have
progressed. We intend to wrap up this initial cycle for the rulers/guides
couple of weeks.
"Pratik Shah" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> We are going to start working on a new feature: allowing rulers to be
> to graphical editors. Some of the basic requirements that we have
> are listed below. This is a call to the community to request any other
> functionality that they may desire.
> 1) Clients should be able to add any number of rulers along any of the
> of a graphical editor. (Priority: High)
> - Rulers should be able to grow dynamically as needed (i.e., the case
> of a change in the width of a vertical ruler, or the height of a
> horizontal ruler, should be handled properly).
> - Rulers must work properly with zoom.
> 2) A few default rulers should be provided (rulers displaying grid spaces,
> and possibly inches/centimeters, etc.). (Priority: Medium)
> 3) Clients should be able to add markers to rulers. (Priority: High)
> - Markers should be able to associate themselves with figures in the
> - Markers should be able to contribute feedback/figures to the editor
> 4) Certain default markers should be provided. E.g., TODOs, guides for
> aligning figures, etc. (Priority: Medium)
> 5) End-users should be able to customize the rulers. (Priority: High)
> - Show/hide rulers (if the client allows it)
> - Add markers (again, if the ruler/client allows it)
> 6) Clients should be able to contribute actions/buttons for the dead space
> between rulers, if there is any. (Priority: Low)
> NOTE: If there are rulers to the north and west of an editor, dead
> would be the empty space in the north-west corner.
> Feel free to respond to this post with any comments, feedback or
> functionality requests.
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