Infrastructure Map Server General Discussion

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Right-Click Fix for Autodesk Infrastructure Map Server 2012?

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05-10-2011 12:07 PM

HI All,

does anyone know a fix for the right-click menu disappearing?

 

1. Open http://enterprise.mapguide.com/mapserver2012/fusion/templates/mapguide/slate/index.html?ApplicationD...

2. Zoom in and select anything

3. Try right-clicking over the map to see the context menu (does not appear)

 

This does work for Flexible Web Layouts - any work-around?  Perhaps upgrading Fusion?

 

 

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Re: Right-Click Fix for Autodesk Infrastructure Map Server 2012?

07-07-2011 08:49 AM in reply to: gluckett

No luck yet?  Is anyone running Autodesk Infrastrure Map Server 2012?

Try this open:

http://sandbox.mapguide.com/mapserver2012/fusion/templates/mapguide/aqua/

 

Right click over the map - menu appears as expected

 

Zoom in and select something

 

Right click over the map - menu does not appear

 

Systemic Problem with Flexible Web Layouts in 2012 - but not seen in Open Source Version. 

 

no patch yet?

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Re: Right-Click Fix for Autodesk Infrastructure Map Server 2012?

07-07-2011 06:17 PM in reply to: gluckett
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Re: Right-Click Fix for Autodesk Infrastructure Map Server 2012?

07-08-2011 04:17 AM in reply to: jackie.ng

Thanks Jackie, I will give it a try.

 

Also, just a follow up, if you select a feature and then choose any other tool other than "Select" the right-click menu returns.

 

 It's like the Select mode stops the right-click menu (this is even true if you implement the FUSION 2.2 with AIMS 2012).

 

 

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Re: Right-Click Fix for Autodesk Infrastructure Map Server 2012?

07-10-2011 06:54 PM in reply to: gluckett

The select widget (SelectPolygon.js and SelectRadius.js) suppresses the context menu on activation and restores it on deactivation. Why it does this is not known to me.

 

My fix (in that link) comments out this call.

 

- Jackie

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Re: Right-Click Fix for Autodesk Infrastructure Map Server 2012?

07-11-2011 08:07 PM in reply to: jackie.ng

Thanks Jackie, the tricky part is rolling it into FusionSF.js and into FusionSF-compressed.js (using ANT I guess)

 

gordon

 

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Re: Right-Click Fix for Autodesk Infrastructure Map Server 2012?

07-21-2011 12:38 PM in reply to: gluckett

Hi Jackie,

yep your multimap version does fix the right-click issue.  

 

I managed to get ANT running (easy when you read the manual).

 

I was wondering, does ANT create the FusionSF.js or do you manually?

 

gordon

 

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Re: Right-Click Fix for Autodesk Infrastructure Map Server 2012?

07-21-2011 07:04 PM in reply to: gluckett

Yes ant builds the fusionSF.js and its compressed counterpart.

 

If your templates are using fusionSF.js or fusionSF-compressed.js instead of fusion.js (which is the default), then you need to rebuild these files with ant anytime you make changes to fusion or the individual widget js files

 

- Jackie

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Re: Right-Click Fix for Autodesk Infrastructure Map Server 2012?

12-29-2011 05:42 PM in reply to: jackie.ng

Recently tried this Multi-Map build after applied the SP 1 for 2012 - and it was a bit of dog's breakfast.   I had to roll back, but now I have to figure out how to manually fix the right-click bug in FUSION (was not corrected with service pack).

 

 

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