Pier2 - Look and seaside components
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Sat Feb 6 23:43:49 MET 2010
2010/2/6 Lukas Renggli <renggli at gmail.com>:
>>> I cannot reproduce that problem. I get a list with all the Pier
>>> Widgets and all the Seaside Components (see components.png).
>> I also saw this complete list, but my own components (inherited from
>> WAComponent are not
>> displayed unless I code the #canBeRoot method as Julian suggested).
>> This is the expected behaviour? Sorry If I'm missing things about
>> Seaside 3.0, but I can see on
>> the config app any class inherited from WAComponent, without having
>> #canBeRoot method.
> Strange, in my Seaside 3.0 image I have more than 200 subclasses of
> WAComponent, but only those 20 that return true from #canBeRoot are
> displayed in the configuration interface. That exact same behavior was
> already part of Seaside 2.8, and probably earlier versions too.
I get the behaviour you comment only on the combo of Pier (when adding
a component) but on the Seaside config app any class inherited of WAComponent
is displayed....(have or not the #canBeRoot method). I'm using Pharo RC2.
>>>> And about the look and feel of the old Pier I can't find explanation
>>>> on the lists and so... :(
>>> I do not understand this question.
>> I means that the Pier version I was using, show an orange look and
>> feel that may be changed
>> on the main page with another that have a grey bar and orange buttons
>> (named Events or so).
>> On the new version (Pier 2) I'm not seeing that looks, that is ok?
>> Some doc about how to add an own look and feel to Pier?
> I think that orange look comes from Pier-Setup package. Evaluate
> PRDistribution new register to get a default setup.
Tried this now I can change the look, but never I get the colors and buttons
of the previous versions. May be the .css are missing...?
Also, selecting the Book look I get:
MessageNotUnderstood: receiver of "named:" is nil
Your request could not be completed. An exception occurred.
Thanks by the help.
> Lukas Renggli
> Magritte, Pier and Related Tools ...
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