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Hi Toddsler,If you want to have one slightly-larger view, and one small view you can use the inbuilt support for collapsible sections: http://code.rapportive.com/raplet-docs/index.html#advanced_usage.Rapportive will automatically show the larger view in the sidebar if there is enough space, but will fall back to showing the smaller view when there is not. (This choice takes a lot of parameters into account, for example if the user uses your raplet a lot, it's more likely to show the larger view).If that doesn't give you enough space, you can also use the $.dialog() method on the jQuery object passed to your raplet, it's documented at http://jqueryui.com/demos/dialog/.Please let me know if you need further help,ConradOn Thursday, April 19, 2012 at 10:55 AM, toddsler wrote:
Is there a "best practice" way to open a modal window for the userwhen they interact with my Raplet? I would like to be able to do thisto have the room to display more information (or the ability to do aslightly more complicated view) than might fit in the Rapportivesidebar.I know that I could use plain JS to write to window/document, but theapi documentation specifically calls this out as bad practice andmentions that future updates will likely break such implementations.Any feedback is appreciated.--You received this message because you are subscribed to the GoogleGroups "Raplet developer discussion list" group.
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