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Re: js-info polishing

From: Gavin Smith
Subject: Re: js-info polishing
Date: Tue, 27 Apr 2021 19:27:50 +0100
User-agent: Mutt/1.9.4 (2018-02-28)

On Tue, Apr 27, 2021 at 09:59:59AM -0700, Per Bothner wrote:
> I didn't get any feedback on changes mentioned in my 3/22 message,
> but checked it in belatedly just now
> To see the effect see
> https://per.bothner.com/tmp/DomTerm-txjs-plain (default GNU styling)
> or:https://per.bothner.com/tmp/DomTerm-txjs (DomTerm styling)

One small problem (I didn't check if it was a problem before or not)
is that if you click on a link in the table of contents for a section
it opens in a new browser tab.  For example, click on "Architecture
Notes" and then "Automatic Input Mode" in the main frame.

Otherwise it seems fine.  Hiding and showing the sidebar works, scrolling
the sidebar works.

I tried it with a narrow window as you mentioned in an earlier message
and this works too, with greying out the main content when the sidebar
is shown.

One suggestion - somebody might want to click on a subsidiary entry in
the side bar, for example, click "Techical documentation" and then
"DOM Structure".  It's awkward for them to do this if the sidebar disappears
on each click.  I think clicking out of the side-bar mode should be easy
enough to do so there is no need to do this automatically.

When clicking out of the sidebar mode, (by clicking on the main reading
area) is it possible to disable links in the main text so that the
user doesn't click on them by mistake?  Again this is just a suggestion
and by no means a major problem.

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