Cursor in Review Mode

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pv0e
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Cursor in Review Mode

Postby pv0e » Tue Oct 26, 2010 11:06 am

When mousing over an active button, the cursor should change to a hand, which is standard behavior for buttons. As it is right now, reviewers have no visual feedback as to which elements on the page are active.

Thanks,
--pv

Josh Kristof
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Re: Cursor in Review Mode

Postby Josh Kristof » Wed Oct 27, 2010 11:58 am

Pv,

Thank you for your feedback. You can do this right now by adding the following CSS to your styles page:

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.protoshare-body .Button a[href*='/'] * {
cursor:pointer;
}

pv0e
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Re: Cursor in Review Mode

Postby pv0e » Wed Oct 27, 2010 2:54 pm

Thanks for the tip - that helps, but only partially. Buttons that have state behaviors associated with them (e.g. OnClick) don't seem to accept this style. Any workarounds for that?

Thanks,
--pv

Josh Kristof
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Re: Cursor in Review Mode

Postby Josh Kristof » Thu Oct 28, 2010 12:29 pm

States are a bit harder to make this happen with automatically. You can use the CSS below in the styles tab to reference a new class that you'll need to add to the properties of any button that only has a state assigned to it:

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.protoshare-body .StateButton * {
cursor:pointer;
}

In the properties panel of the buttons in question scroll down to the .class listing under Mark-up. Add StateButton to the field so it looks like the following, without quotes: "Button StateButton"

After making the changes you may need to shift-click the refresh button to see them.


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