Notes panel; where does the info show up?

Markku shared this question 7 years ago
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I'm trying to figure out how to make those notes in Notes panel to show in end product (HTML)

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They only show in the reports. What is shown in the HTML are the comments. But we will take that as a suggestion.

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Thanks, why I asked is because in the Usernote demo (green button on your front page) there are notes/comments on the right hand side of the screen. Are those then just custom made there like simple content?


Then like you said this could be a suggestion, maybe user could annotate each screen (rich text) so that end users could read these annotations like specs??

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The comments in the Usernote demo are the ones defined in the prototype using the comments system. Maybe this video tutorial can be of some help here http://www.justinmind.com/tutorials/b...

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Sorry, I mean the texts on the RIGHT hand side. They are explanations of the screens and their components. I'm not referring to the comments on the bottom left.


How were those right hand side texts made to the demo?

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You are right, so sorry. The texts on the right are custom made with rich texts widgets inside the prototype.

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Okay, I'm happy to know. So that I can do myself.

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You can look for the prototype in http://www.justinmind.com/extras, download it and see how we did it.

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Great resource there, thanks!


I looked it up - why have you used Dynamic panels in the templates as page backgrounds?


Is there something magical about those that I can't understand. I would have used just plain rectangle for the backgrounds if I was not able to accomplish it by using page bg color.

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Nah don't pay so much attention to that. We used it because they act as containers and when you place the texts they are placed inside. That way when you move the panel you move everything. But using a rectangle is ok too.

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Hey that is a good point. I've used this app too little to have known that they are sticky containers. Thanks to whomever invented that feature.

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:)