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Domino Designer / controls 

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Improve XPage Conrol Documentation

: Domino Designer
: xpage, designer help documentation, controls
Peter Presnell26490 - 23 2009 / (1)
I would like to see the on-line help for Xpage controls expanded significantly and perhaps modelled on the way LotusScript classes are documented.
 
  1. Desciption of control including details of when you would use it in preference to similar controls
  2. Detail the XP tag
  3. List all the properties that ...
24

Have Rendered AND Visible Options for XPage Controls

: Domino Designer
: xpage, controls
Peter Presnell26490 - 16 2009 / (0)
Almost all XPage controls have the ability to indicate if the control should be "Visible".  In reality this really means is the control rendered into the resulting HTML.  There are times in which I want the control to be rendered but just not visible on the screen.  e.g. If I ...
18

Dojo widgets available from the controls panel

: Domino Designer
: dojo, widget, controls, drag-and-drop
Patrick Kwinten22008 - 03 2010 / (0)
I tend to forget the goodies that are available in Dojo in the form of widgets (accordian, tooltip, splitcontainer, slider, title pane, fish eye..).
 
If the would be made available as a control panel and configurable when we drag and drop them into the design pane people would more use ...
10

Support Control Drag/Drop in Source view

: Domino Designer
: dde, controls
Peter Presnell26490 - 16 2010 / (1)
When I am editing an XPage using the source code view (which is now probably 90% of the time) I would like to be able to drag/drop a control from the control palette instead of switching to the design view.  This can often be a fstaer way than typing out ...
-2

Default action for a Controls panel expand instead of collapse

: Domino Designer
: controls, panel, expand, collapse
Patrick Kwinten22008 - 29 2010 / (0)
mostly if I click on a controls panel I want it to see what for options are in it, not to hide it.
 
therefor it is more logic that the default action is to expand, not to collapse.


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