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ServoGui Round 2

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Awesome work Astro :)

When I started, I grabbed the darker control immediately - and stuff was worky, I really like the grey status and had fun moving servos back and forth with speed control.  Very cool.

To get it fully worky I'm starting to add some edits.  Hopefully when you pull you wont have locally modified files, otherwise you will probably get "conflicts".  


Nixie New Gui

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Latest on webgui_work branch

Hi Astro,

Yes ! .. I see your updates by doing a get pull.  I took a screen shot and linked it to a full size image.
(stashing is one way to handle conflicts where more than one person makes modifications on the same file)
There is more to learn on that, but I am glad you made a backup of your work.


Intro Service is Born

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1. Cool highlighting - who did it ?
2. Interesting - it did replace the right content, but I don't think the content is appropriate.  I think it should probably step through with text the process of, 


Progress

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Glyph icons are being used now for the top nav - elipses, notifications, and shutdown

notifications are now not pushing things down.  The idea will be to have badge # (currently hardcoded to 5) increment on the numbers of new notifications, and only if the notification icon is selected then a log of items will be visible.  Still requires work, but progress has been made.


How to do WebGui Development

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Make a directory for your work, for example c:\dev

Start a command prompt and cd c:\dev

Then clone the myrobotlab repo - you will need git for this, you can install git from here

Download the latest myrobotlab.jar from here


Top Down - Help

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Hello Astro,
I was wondering if you might lend me a hand with your awesome CSS-Fu.
I think its time to start refactoring some of the top level and framework parts.  I would also always appreciate your UX-design-Fu as well.

This is nav.html


Stacked WebGui Services

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Some interesting effects.
I see all tab contents are created as I suspected - and clicking on a tab just makes it visible.  
If I change one boolean value - they "all" are visible.  Probably not the most useful, but I'm exploring what options there are.

 

Turns out you can have the little undocked views and tab view at the same time