AlanOfTheBerg wrote:Second, I strongly suggest that this development be shared. Otherwise, we'll be in the same boat as before with an initial enthusiastic push for WazeBar development, and then silence.
OK yes, it seems like a great idea. Can anyone make a suggestion for a web repository to use? I know of the existence of Github, SourceForge and Google Code but have not used them before.
AlanOfTheBerg wrote:Usability: initially, I couldn't get the Features to finish loading after many permalink hits. I turned off JNF and it loaded fine. Then I turned JNF on again and it loaded fine. Odd.
I did just a bit of testing on this and could only reproduce the problem when the previous version of WazeBar was still installed (even if disabled). Do you think that might have been the problem in your case?
AlanOfTheBerg wrote:WazeBar is wider than the window so I always have a horizontal scrollbar. It also forces a vertical scrollbar.
Full-screen functionality leaves a WazeBar-sized vertical blank bar across the page between WazeBar and the rest of the page. WME built-in Shift+f does not do this.
These two I had seen from the previous versions, once I learn more about how jQuery works I'll look into it.
AlanOfTheBerg wrote:WMECH reports itself as v1.5 when non-integrated. Current released version is 1.6.2. Not sure which is actually installed.
It seems like I messed the files of the updated and non-updated scripts and actually included the old ones for both WMECH and UROverview, I have now made sure to include the new ones and have made a new version Beta 1.1 so that it can be updated automatically by Safari or by downloading the file again.
AlanOfTheBerg wrote:WazeBar integrated WMECH functionality is still limited (perhaps by Apple/Safari) due to City drop-down unable to refresh onclick as WMECH non-integrated does. Probably the same for editors. This is why I prefer WMECH non-integrated.
Same as before, I'll look at it as soon as I learn jQuery. I also use it non-integrated and have made it the default for the time being.
AlanOfTheBerg wrote:Excellent first version. I would suggest a different name, unless Mike gives you permission to use it. Not sure what else to call it, but think about it.
, I'll see if I can think up of something.