Hi Alan,

Seems I misread your e-mail and mistook windows for tabs. I see the problem
you are mentioning now. I’ve filed it as GPII-2525 (
https://issues.gpii.net/browse/GPII-2525 ).


On August 9, 2017 at 8:44:31 AM, Obara, Justin (job...@ocadu.ca) wrote:

Hi Alan,

Thanks for reviewing the extension. I looked into the issue you mentioned
about the text size and the focus shifting between the tabs. I was not able
to reproduce the issue. I made sure to add 16 tabs to my chrome instance,
but did not notice focus moving at all. Which version of Chrome are you
using? Maybe it has something to do with content that is open in one or
more of your tabs?


On August 8, 2017 at 2:03:47 PM, Harnum, Alan (ahar...@ocadu.ca) wrote:

Hey Justin,

This is really neat work, one quick impressions here on OS X…

   1. I currently have 16 open Chrome windows (yeah, I know); using the
   Text Size increase/decrease causes a visible focus jump between all of them
   for each click, even clicks in rapid succession. It might be good to batch
   this or similar for clicks in rapid succession, or do it as a background
   task for the non-focused window; I'm not sure what is possible.
   2. Per point 1, I think the effect provided by the Line Spacing increase
   is much preferable when dealing with many open windows – it doesn't bring
   them into focus. This may be because of the use of the browser zoom
   function for Text Size vs. what I assume is a global style sheet for Line

From: Architecture <architecture-boun...@lists.gpii.net> on behalf of
"Obara, Justin" <job...@ocadu.ca>
Date: Friday, August 4, 2017 at 1:10 PM
To: "architecture@lists.gpii.net Architecture" <architecture@lists.gpii.net>
Subject: [Architecture] Test build of the UIO+ browser extension

Hey Everyone,

As you may know, I’ve been working on UIO+, a browser extension to extend
the adaptation capabilities of GPII into the browser context using Fluid
Infusion’s UI Options as a foundation. As we move towards the pre-pilots
and pilot stages, I thought it useful to share my current work out for
initial testing and feedback.

I have put up a packaged
of my current work for the UIO+ browser extension as a CRX file attached to
the GPII-2424 <https://issues.gpii.net/browse/GPII-2424> JIRA. There is
still more work to do on integration with GPII ( See: GPII-2501
<https://issues.gpii.net/browse/GPII-2501>  and more features that we will
add over time. However, this represents the latest work on UIO+ extension,
for which a Pull Request
<https://github.com/GPII/gpii-chrome-extension/pull/2> has been issued.

Please feel free to comment on the JIRA
<https://issues.gpii.net/browse/GPII-2424>, PR
<https://github.com/GPII/gpii-chrome-extension/pull/2>, or replying to this
thread with any feedback you may have.

Installation instructions below.



   - Download UIO_6991126ece2f4566e2894dbc6d23ba6aba6e1d14.crx
   - In Chrome, navigate to the extensions page chrome://extensions
   - Drag and drop the CRX file onto the extensions page
   - Accept the install
      - It will prompt you to install the Google Dictionary and
      click2speech browser extensions if they are not currently installed
      - It will add the “GPII Chrome Extension” to your list of browser
      - A “G” icon will be added to Chrome, which you can click on to open
      the UIO+ panel


   - In Chrome, navigate to the extensions page chrome://extensions
   - Find the “GPII Chrome Extension” and click the delete button


A detailed set of testing instructions can be found on the Pull Request

Architecture mailing list
Architecture mailing list

Reply via email to