Independent Status Reports
Thursday March 21st, 2002
This weeks reports include updates from BrowserG, MozBlog, Annozilla, mozCalc, Mozilla Translator, SVG Graphs and LiveSidebar. Check them out by clicking the Full Article link.
The note-it tab from LiveSidebar.com is awesome. I think it's the single most useful tab I have in my sidebar and one of only three that I think make the sidebar worth using for me (the others are tinderbox status and talkback report lookup). I've been using note-it for many months now but the new feature that lets you move the note-it text area into the content pane makes it so much better. Having three note-tabs is also a great improvement. I take meeting notes with it, drag bug numbers (you cad drag text from the content area to the sidebar tab), collect comments for my daily build comments, and much more. If you haven't tried it out you really should.
#2 Re: Note-It ROCKS!
Friday March 22nd, 2002 10:16 PM
It would have even more potential if it's made in xul. Somehow when I drag text from content pane into it's box, then click on the box the content decide to disappear. Make that feature.. into a bug.
I still think it's a bit too narrow to make any good notes on. It would be much better the thing is use to 'collect' notes or scrapt instead. Then popup a notebook, or use bottombar.
#7 That's the way, aha-aha, we liiiike it, aha-aha
Saturday March 23rd, 2002 11:05 AM
asa i'm with you on this one, that thing is super, sure would like to have it in chatzilla. now that would really rock.
the click to mail is dynamite
what about the css and html4.01 quickref sidebars from Netscape? They r0x0rz my b0x0rz. <http://developer.netscape.com/evangelism/sidebar/>
#10 That's the way, aha-aha, we liiiike it, aha-aha
Monday March 25th, 2002 11:50 AM
Jo, dey be right up da tu
Have you tried some of these <http://zvon.org/Output/bar_list.html> ? Maybe not so polished but XSLT sidebar is one of my the most used ^_^ And besides it - clickable attributes, parents and children in XML driven ones really rock.
#4 em in CSS
by AlMalossi <AlMalossi@gmx.net>
Saturday March 23rd, 2002 6:44 AM
Haven't posted for a long time in Mozillazine but anyway
after reading this status report i lokked at annozilla <http://annozilla.mozdev.org/> there if found out that the developer thanked a guy from mozblog <http://mozblog.mozdev.org/index.html> about the micro-editor. after totally failing to install this mozblog i read this "blog" things of the core developer at <http://www.exitspace.net/~mike/> and there finally i found link to a demo page from an other guy: <http://idontsmoke.co.uk/perceived/2002/march/14>
and now do this (Ctrl+, Ctrl-) thing.... it's amazing, no it's cool
whatever.... my short journey showed to myself that there is a lot of developement outside of mozilla.org and the value of institutions like mozdev (and this independent status report), where different project are helping each other.
#5 Re: em in CSS
Saturday March 23rd, 2002 9:15 AM
You failed to install mozblog? Thats interesting, let me find out whats wrong and get back to you.
Does anyone know what it's all about? I can't find release notes.
check this out <http://www.linuxfreak.org…/313.html&ref=sidebar>
Hi I've been all over that site, but I can't find any examples of SVG. <http://svggraphs.mozdev.org/> The sunburst pie chart is a gif, no problem of screen shots, but I was really hoping to see some SVG examples.
"Svg Graphs This project is intended to build a robust graphing toolkit in Mozilla SVG and XBL. It is also intended to provide Mozilla SVG implementation specific documentation and sample code. It is distributed under the standard Mozilla tri-license. "
Where are the examples, I've got the right browser of course.
You can get them from a CVS pull currently. Demo\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'s will be up soon for browsing but the project is it\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'s ealy stages. Sorry for the run-a-round.
Hi No problem, I do a little writing of inline SVG code and have some examples up at: http;//<http://www.skeeter-s.com/svg> .
Thus I enjoy finding examples of SVG.
Yes, I'm aware of the plugin SVG and have a couple of examples up also, however inline coding is more interesting for me.