Roger | 1 Oct 12:15 2002
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Touchgraph / JGraph --> Plone ?

Hello together
I'm interesting if someone has implemented the touchgraph or JGraph into
ZOPE/Plone.
And whats the target? I planing to implement a touchgraph- or JGraph-
JAVA Applet in a python product for Plone.

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Alberto Molina | 1 Oct 13:43 2002

i18n with Zope 2.6beta1

Hi there,

I am considering the use of i18n in my site,
so it can be viewed in Spahish. But the HOWTO
has been written with Zope 2.5.1 in mind (or,
at least, with Zope 2.6a).

The beta of Zope 2.6 is supposed to have i18n
support included, backported from Zope 3. I
suppose that the needed packages and steps
(and I mean really NEEDED, here), are different
if this beta is used. Does anyboy know how to
set Zope 2.6b1 + CMF 1.3 + Plone 1.0b + i18n?
Maybe AltPT is not needed?

Thanks,
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Lalo Martins | 1 Oct 17:27 2002

Re: i18n with Zope 2.6beta1

On Tue, Oct 01, 2002 at 01:43:24PM +0200, Alberto Molina wrote:
> 
> The beta of Zope 2.6 is supposed to have i18n
> support included, backported from Zope 3. I
> suppose that the needed packages and steps
> (and I mean really NEEDED, here), are different
> if this beta is used. Does anyboy know how to
> set Zope 2.6b1 + CMF 1.3 + Plone 1.0b + i18n?
> Maybe AltPT is not needed?

AltPT is still needed because it includes a GlobalTranslationService (based
on filesystem .mo files) and this is the only translation service supported
by Plone. It is in my TODO list to refactor GlobalTranslationService into
its own Product, but it has a very low priority, because all sites I
maintain use AltPT (of course).

The steps are exactly the same described in the howto, except that you don't
need the unicode patch.

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Georges Baladi - 220i | 1 Oct 17:53 2002
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Re: i18n with Zope 2.6beta1

Hi,

I installed 2.6b1 with the Persistent Translation Service and the i18n works
with Ploneb1. I needed to import the translations file into Localizer and I
don´t update my production enviroment until now but it seens to work well
with Zope2.6b1 owns i18n.

()s,

Georges

----- Original Message -----
From: "Lalo Martins" <lalo@...>
To: <plone-developers@...>
Sent: Tuesday, October 01, 2002 12:27 PM
Subject: Re: [Plone-developers] i18n with Zope 2.6beta1

> On Tue, Oct 01, 2002 at 01:43:24PM +0200, Alberto Molina wrote:
> >
> > The beta of Zope 2.6 is supposed to have i18n
> > support included, backported from Zope 3. I
> > suppose that the needed packages and steps
> > (and I mean really NEEDED, here), are different
> > if this beta is used. Does anyboy know how to
> > set Zope 2.6b1 + CMF 1.3 + Plone 1.0b + i18n?
> > Maybe AltPT is not needed?
>
> AltPT is still needed because it includes a GlobalTranslationService
(based
> on filesystem .mo files) and this is the only translation service
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D.Turpie | 1 Oct 17:58 2002
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TAL/Page templates

Hi all

Excuse me as I am a bit new to Plone but wondered if there was a
comprehensive list of Tag Attribute Language, Tal Expression Syntax (TALES)
and Macro Expansion TAL (METAL) which is used by Plone.

I have seen Chpts 5,9 and Appendix C of the Zope book but wondered if there
was any other documentation which may help me understand page templates, TAL
etc. more.

The reason I ask is that as part of one of my templates an image is placed
on the screen in a TAL definition and I would like to know how to put an alt
tag onto the image - see code below

            <a href="/"
               tal:attributes="href portal_url" 
               tal:define="logo here/liblogo.png">
                <img tal:replace="structure
python:logo.tag(css_class='logo')" />
            </a>

Thanks.

David.

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Tim Lynch | 1 Oct 18:34 2002
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adding a new about box


I'm trying to build a new skin and in the process add a custom "about" box
in the left hand column.  So I:

1. created a skin in the portal_skins folder called "agnic"

   I've got both a stylesheet method and stylesheet_properties folder in "agnic"

2. navigated to the portal_skins/plone_templates/ui_slots folder and used the
   Customize button to create editable copies of the about_slot and 
   main_left_column templates back in my "agnic" skin folder (not in the 
   stylesheet_properties folder within "agnic")

3. renamed about_slot to agnic_slot

4. edited agnic_slot to contain:
   <table metal:define-macro="aboutAgnicBox"

   made some other edits to the content so as to be sure I'm looking at my new
   about box

5. edited main_left_column to contain:
   <span metal:use-macro="here/agnic_slot/macros/aboutAgnicBox">

6. restarted Zope

Now when I log in as a regular user, the basic skin seems to work, but the
about box is the system default, not my customized one.

Anybody have an idea what I'm doing wrong?
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Tim Lynch | 1 Oct 20:26 2002
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Re: adding a new about box -- solved


First, a big thanks to Stacy Roberts Ladnier who was working independently
on the same problem and came up with the following solution (see zope-cmf 
for the thread).

The problem is that the default main_template does not know to refer to
the customized main_left_column template.  So, make a copy of main_template
and customize it. Replace the following lines:

                <metal:block define-slot="left_column">
                  <tal:block tal:repeat="lslot here/left_slots">
                    <metal:block use-macro="python:path(lslot)">
                    Left Column boxes
                    </metal:block>
                  </tal:block>

with these lines:

      <metal:block metal:use-macro="here/main_left_column/macros/column">
      Left column here
      </metal:block>

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> I'm trying to build a new skin and in the process add a custom "about" box
> in the left hand column.  So I:
> 
> 1. created a skin in the portal_skins folder called "agnic"
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alan runyan | 1 Oct 20:40 2002

Re: adding a new about box -- solved

this is moving backwards...
please look at the portal objects's Properties tab
there is a 'lines property' called left_slots and right_slots
these are strings to path expressions

----- Original Message -----
From: "Tim Lynch" <lynch@...>
To: <plone-developers@...>
Cc: <Stacy.Roberts@...>
Sent: Tuesday, October 01, 2002 1:26 PM
Subject: Re: [Plone-developers] adding a new about box -- solved

>
>
> First, a big thanks to Stacy Roberts Ladnier who was working independently
> on the same problem and came up with the following solution (see zope-cmf
> for the thread).
>
> The problem is that the default main_template does not know to refer to
> the customized main_left_column template.  So, make a copy of
main_template
> and customize it. Replace the following lines:
>
>                 <metal:block define-slot="left_column">
>                   <tal:block tal:repeat="lslot here/left_slots">
>                     <metal:block use-macro="python:path(lslot)">
>                     Left Column boxes
>                     </metal:block>
>                   </tal:block>
>
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Stacy Roberts Ladnier | 1 Oct 21:05 2002
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Hiding boxes in the columns depending on location

When a user goes to a plone home site where they have the option of
logging in, they can see the boxes I have placed in the right column,
but not in the left column. How do I get the boxes in the right column
(those that are displayed) to be hidden (like those in the left) until a
successful login is completed?

I have the main_left_column customized, and have created a
main_right_column as well.

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alan runyan | 1 Oct 21:38 2002

Re: Hiding boxes in the columns depending on location

there are a variety of ways.
the easiest is to 'customize' the slot you want and at the stop of
define-macro
you will want to put a tal:condition (look at login_slot as reference)

~runyaga

----- Original Message -----
From: "Stacy Roberts Ladnier" <Stacy.Roberts@...>
To: <plone-developers@...>
Sent: Tuesday, October 01, 2002 2:05 PM
Subject: [Plone-developers] Hiding boxes in the columns depending on
location

> When a user goes to a plone home site where they have the option of
> logging in, they can see the boxes I have placed in the right column,
> but not in the left column. How do I get the boxes in the right column
> (those that are displayed) to be hidden (like those in the left) until a
> successful login is completed?
>
> I have the main_left_column customized, and have created a
> main_right_column as well.
>
>
>

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