[Koha] Z39.50 pop-up box
paul.a at aandc.org
Mon Feb 6 02:51:03 NZDT 2012
[apologies for delay, I first sent this from a "wrong" email address]
At 01:07 PM 2/4/2012 -0500, Chris Nighswonger wrote:
>On Sat, Feb 4, 2012 at 12:14 PM, Paul
><<mailto:paul.a at aandc.org>paul.a at aandc.org> wrote:
>We have added a couple of additional Z39.50 sources and now, when we open
>(under cataloguing > add biblio) the Z39.50 search, the Search button and
>"Cancel" URL are off the bottom of the pop-up box. It is of course
>resizable by dragging the bottom edge, but ... [minor, repetitive comments
>from our volunteers.]
>Can some kind person please tell me how to re-set the height of the pop-up?
>Without digging into the code, it is probably set in the calling template
>from whence the popup is called.
>I have gone crosseyed grepping "height" in all sorts of .pl, .css, .tt,
>.js and greybox scripts, but no luck in resetting it so far.
>I would suggest becoming familiar with Firebug. It is your best friend
>when working with presentation foo.
I work with Firebug fairly regularly - which is how I got as far as the
"greybox" scripts, but nothing appears to define height in finite terms. I
found a "100%" and tried a few different values to no avail; also a
"height=300" -- but 400 did not cure the problem. I also tried adding a
css bottom-margin, but no joy. When I got to the "yui" scripts (all lines
run together), I decided to write to the experts here :)
From past experience with web-gui interfaces, I *thought* (but am more
than happy to be proven wrong) that browsers defaulted to enclose/show all
elements and that height had to be specifically defined to override the
default. That's what I was looking for.
btw, is there a quick CLI to restart Koha without rebooting?
tnx and br - paul
>Â If someone can point me in the right direction I'll be happy to try and
>file a "bug + fix".
>This is not a bug, per se. It will always happen when the list of servers
>expands, and thus will most likely be a moving target at best.
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