James Yong commented on OFBIZ-10164:
Okay. The splitter can be implemented as a separate theme.
So there is also no need for a splitter tag in the widget.
Will close this issue since the current approach is incorrect.
Thanks all for the explanation.
> Splitter Widget
> Key: OFBIZ-10164
> URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/OFBIZ-10164
> Project: OFBiz
> Issue Type: New Feature
> Components: framework
> Affects Versions: Trunk
> Reporter: James Yong
> Assignee: James Yong
> Priority: Minor
> Fix For: Trunk
> Attachments: OFBIZ-10164.patch, OFBIZ-10164.patch, OFBIZ-10164.patch,
> horizontal.png, vertical.png
> A new splitter widget that will use a tag named 'splitter'.
> This splitter tag has the following attributes:
> a. sizes = [25, 75] where the containers within will be splitted with a ratio
> of 25% and 75%
> b. parentId which is the ID of the parent container
> c. direction = vertical or horizonal (default)
> The splitter tag can only contains container(s) as immediate child.
> Using the library from http://nathancahill.github.io/Split.js/ which is
> licensed under MIT license.
> Update on 20180128:
> 1) The patch comes with an example where you can view the splitter at
> 2) No need to add square brackets when defining sizes.
> 3) parentId attribute is removed,
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