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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 5604] - Clicking maximise on a portlet should be "sticky"
Date Wed, 02 Jan 2002 08:36:17 GMT
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Clicking maximise on a portlet should be "sticky"





------- Additional Comments From kimptoc_mail@yahoo.com  2002-01-02 00:36 -------
RE: Doing the same way as minimize.

Minimize is done by the portlet knowing its state and then drawing itself 
accordingly. The overall page is the same, the portlet is just smaller.

Maximize is done by just displaying the one portlet and nothing else - no 
tabs/menus etc.

The problem with doing Maximize the same as Minimize, is that we would need to 
iterate through all portlets and controllers to see if any are maximised before 
drawing the page.  To avoid this, we would probably need a global attribute 
defining which portlet is maximised - but if we have that, we don't need an 
attribute on the portlet - unless for other reasons.

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