Yes. I took the example of Usman to get a Glamour window outside.
The code inside #painting: works in a single Roassal visualization
I don't know if I can do this thing inside the block, so please correct me
if I'm terribly wrong.
| browser viewHack |
browser := GLMTabulator new.
browser column: #list; column: #drawing.
andShow: [ :a | a list ].
andShow: [ :a |
a roassal painting: [ :roview :collection |
roview interaction popupView: [ :el :popupView |
popupView shape rectangle fillColor: Color yellow.
popupView node: 20 forIt: [
popupView shape rectangle size: 70; fillColor: Color
popupView node: 30
roview shape rectangle size: 40.
roview node: 10.
viewHack := roview view.
from: #list port:#selection;
transformed:[ :x |
| targetElement foundElements |
viewHack elements do: [ :el | el @ ROLightlyHighlightable ].
targetElement := viewHack elements at: x.
ROFocusView on: targetElement.
(targetElement color: Color red) @ ROLightlyHighlightable.
browser openOn: #(1).
On Wed, Feb 19, 2014 at 2:15 PM, Tudor Girba <tudor(a)tudorgirba.com> wrote:
The minimap and popup are not the same thing. The popup is entirely
handled by Roassal, and it should work.
Could you provide a minimal example to reproduce the problem?
On Wed, Feb 19, 2014 at 1:48 PM, Gustavo Santos <gugajansen(a)gmail.com>wrote:
> I'm currently working with Martin (Dias) in the migration of Torch to
> In this tool, we now have a Glamour window and a Roassal visualization
> inside, in which we can interact with mouse click events. In one of the
> interactions, the user moves the mouse over a node and a popup window is
> supposed to show with further informations. But no popup is shown,
> the body of the popupView: method is executed.
> I was talking to Usman and he showed me this thread (with small example)
> in which Roassal and Glamour do not communicate well with this kind of
> Is there some progress or workarounds with this issue?
> Gustavo Santos
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