The Kappa App Influence Map

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Gordon

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Feb 18, 2018, 9:56:32 PM2/18/18
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Is there some way to interact with/reconfigure the influence map?

On my Mac, it is shown so small that it is unreadable. is there a way to change the zoom level, select a rule and/or recenter the map?

Cheers,

Gordon

Jérôme Feret

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Feb 19, 2018, 3:31:03 AM2/19/18
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Nice to hear from you Gordon. I wish that you are doing well. 

Since the 23rd of January, it is possible to recenter the influence map by clicking on a node. 
You may also expand the radius around the center of the map. 

You may consider trying the nightly-built version: 

Cheers. 
Jérôme.

Pierre Boutillier

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Apr 18, 2018, 7:54:09 AM4/18/18
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> Le 19 févr. 2018 à 16:09, Gordon Webster <gdwe...@gmail.com> a écrit :
> I also have one feature request for old geezers like me (with poor eyesight) ... It would be great if you could change the font size in the editor - maybe something like ctrl or cmd plus scroll, to make the font larger or smaller.
In any project, on the "editor" tab, under the "simulation options" menu, you now have an option to increase or decrease the font size!
Yes, it has nothing to do in the simulation options of a given projet, I know... Move it somewhere else where it makes more sens yourself if you have the time :-)

An other announcement of an unfinished simili-working tool. If you have on your disk the JSON representation of a plot or a snapshot (there is a contact map tab but it is not wired up yet)
- go at https://tools.kappalanguage.org/viz/
- select the type of JSON you're interested in visualising by selecting the correct tab
- drag your JSON file and drop it in the middle of the window
- its visualization should appears !!!
This is pure client side javascript, it all lives in the viz/ directory of the KaSim repository (and this is of course shared code with the online app), If you are a javascript/d3 master willing to improve these renderings. I more than welcome patches ;-p

Cheers,
Pierre B.

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