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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Nice work (Score:2, Interesting)

    by boo_radley (2349) on 2003.06.04 11:28 (#20808) Journal
    Very slick, but it needs to be movable/ scrollable. Otherwise, when a tree is larger than the browser window, the OK/ Cancel buttons aren't readily accesible. I tried tabbing to the OK buttong, but I wasn't sure of how many things were in the tree, and thus unsure of how many times I'd need to hit tab.
    • Patches welcome. I know how to make it movable, but I think scrolling might require an iframe. I've had some bad iframe/CSS-positioning experiences in the past...

      -sam

      • Re:Nice work (Score:3, Informative)

        you want

            overflow: auto;

        in your CSS for some outer-level div or something. (I haven't looked at the module's output, just read the discussion in the journal.)

        See the third example at
        http://hotwired.lycos.com/webmonkey/98/15/stuff4a/overflow.html

        This will work in css-compliant browsers, but probably have no effect in browsers which don't grok auto overflow. If you want to appease some of those older browsers, you'd have to do iframe, but if you go far enough back, iframe won't be understood