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Hi ! I tried to make the kupu edit frame using the full height of the page without success. Finally I asked directly the kupu developer in the #kupu irc channel. He was very nice and we discovered that there is no easy way to do this without using the "zoom" tool that is available in the standard kupu distribution. Normally, editing the kupustyles.css file should do the work (by adding a "height : 100%" in kupu.editingframe.full or something like that, I don't remember), but it is broken. In the 1.3.2 version (maybe in earlier versions), the "zoom" button, near the buttefly on the top ritght, can make the editor frame full size. It works, I tested it. BTW : Crawford, did you do a "make kupuforms.html" or did you just started from the wysiwyg addon that was previously available ? Without building kupu, the zoom tool did not work for me.

I have a version here were the zoom tool works. You need to put back some code in kupuinit.js and in another .js file were the listener for the button is located.

Michel, if you have a version that works, is there some reason you can't simply attach a patch, and save me a lot of work?

I did not make kupuforms.html. The Kupu documentation did not indicate that I needed to.


Done - SVN 7712 CC

Summary Put back the kupu zoom button for full size edit
ReportedBy MichelBuffa

SVN Range

AppliesTo Extension
Component WysiwygPlugin
Priority Normal
CurrentState Closed

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Topic revision: r5 - 2005-12-03 - CrawfordCurrie
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