On Mon, Jan 2, 2012 at 3:50 PM, Tudor Girba <tudor(a)tudorgirba.com> wrote:
I think your question is about a menu, not about the status bar (the
status bar is what appears at the bottom with explanations).
Thanx for the correction. This is indeed a menu and not the status bar that
I am looking for.
>From what I understand, you are asking about having a means to
parameterize a presentation. There is no support for this at this moment.
Just a wish:
My case is a bit different as I am not looking to parameterize the whole
presentation but just the interaction (dependencies) between the components
drawn (eclipse plugins) on the presentation, which appears when mouse
hovering/clicking occurs. Currently, I can switch the interaction by
toggling the action list elements. Instead, I was looking to add a checkbox
in the menu. So, I rephrase my question: is there any way to add a checkbox
on the GLMTabulator menu (or status bar, whichever is convenient)?
But, your problem can be solved reasonably well with two
presented as tabs. Take a look at MooseDependencyBrowser.
On 2 Jan 2012, at 15:32, Usman Bhatti wrote:
> I am trying to add a checkbox in the glamour status bar for allowing
user to change the type of interaction with a visualization. I've seen
different glamour examples but most are about adding lists, buttons and
> My question: Is there an easy way to add a checkbox in the status bar of
> I have a (not so elegant) solution that allows toggling for the moment.
> browser := GLMTabulator withStatusbar.
> browser column: #painting.
> act: [:b |
> ((b actions at: 1) title
> ifTrue: [(b actions at: 1) title:
> ifFalse: [(b actions at: 1) title:
> ] entitled: 'Client Dependencies'.
> browser transmit to: #painting; andShow: [ :a |
> a mondrian view: self view ].
> ^ browser
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