Re: [OLmws] Problem with initial popup displayed in top-left of window
- Scratch that... moving the <script> include to the same .jsp page
helped. Sorry I couldn't include a link to the page, but this is a
large internal app.
As far as I knew, there wasn't any other library coming into play that
was trapping mouse movement, but we're using Jakarta Tiles and have
quite a few layers of nested JSPs, so was worth a shot to move the
<script> calls to the same page. Wanted to do so in the higher nested
header.jsp, so overLIB would be available in other pages by default,
but we'll just have to put the <script> in each of the nested pages to
insure that we don't see this behavior.
Works okay now, though! :)
Thanks for the speedy reply!
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "john31r" <john@q...> wrote:
> Actually, we're not using any other script here. The
> "getActionMenuString" function simply throws together a String var of
> HTML table markup and each cell in that markup has Anchors (<A>) to do
> different things on the page.
> Note that we are using onContextMenu here, but we use overLIB
> onMouseOver on that div to display more info about that particular
> --- In email@example.com, "Foteos Macrides" <fote@m...> wrote:
> > John,
> > It would be good if you could post a URL so that we could examine
> the document's source more fully, but from what you've posted thus far
> it would appear that you are using a menu system like Milonic, which
> asserts a mousemove capture routine, and you have not placed the
> script blocks for importing the overlibmws core module and any plugins
> after the script blocks for that menu system (even if this means
> moving the script blocks down into the body). See the Getting Started
> support document:
> > http://www.macridesweb.com/oltest/STARTED.html
> > concerning this matter. The positioning of the script blocks is
> important so that the overlibmws core module can detect whether a
> mousemove capture routine has been asserted by other software, and if
> so, daisy-chain its own capture routine onto that one, before any
> popup has been invoked. Otherwise, it can't "do its thing" until
> after the first popup has been invoked, with consequently bad
> positioning for that first popup.
> > Fote
> > ---
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: john31r
> > To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> > Sent: Thursday, May 12, 2005 8:26 PM
> > Subject: [OLmws] Problem with initial popup displayed in top-left
> of window
> > Has anybody seen the problem and/or know how to fix the problem
> > the first time a popup is displayed it shows in the top-left of the
> > window, but after mouseing out and back on, it snaps to the desired
> > location?
> > Here's the setup:
> > onContextMenu="return
> > overlib(getActionMenu2String(),WRAP,STICKY,MOUSEOF
> > F,TIMEOUT,5000,HAUTO,
> > OFFSETX,14,OFFSETY,-10,SHADOW,FULLHTML,SHADOWOPACITY,45);"
> > Any help, as always, is greatly appreciated!!
> > Thanks!
> > John