But I think that simon does not want to open a new canvas just force
system to redraw.
When one press 'generate' in an easel, a new canvas is created. The visualization
is defined by means of side effect in the view, done with primitives like #nodes:
If one wants to recreate the view, then these methods have to be executed again. In the
easel, we evaluate the text entered by the user.
On Jul 7, 2010, at 4:36 PM, Alexandre Bergel wrote:
> Hi Simon,
>> It's really cumbersome to make it work in my case due to the structure of the
viz. At best I got two views, the new one and the old one side by side.
> Ok. I added a removeNode: method in MOViewRenderer.
> Have a look at testRemoveNodesAndEdges
>> All I need is simply to tell the view to redraw itself from scratch. I guess need
a Mondrian guru.
> Johan expressed some time ago the same wish. If you want to execute the visualization
script, then I recommend to create a new MOCanvas. You can have a look at
> Alexandre Bergel http://www.bergel.eu
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