I sometimes wonder why ControlYOurMind even bothers with the Niagara Framework, he could make a fortune doing 3D graphics. I have him do all my 3D graphics, sometime from pictures that I take of a piece of equipment. Don't get me wrong, he's excellent with the Niagara Framework, however he's gifted with graphics.
Am I too late or could I please see what you're doing?
I would love to see what you're doing with this as well. my user name @gmail.com, THANKS!
Me too! Thanks in advance!
Could you also send to me if it's not to much trouble. Thank you.
Guys, I apologize for the delay. I've got a new baby, and I basically had to sit down and create a Vykon station from scratch and add in the html goodies. The one I originally had was a JCI station and was dependent on a ton of modules which I was having to send out as well.
I've included you all in one email and attached the station.
This station has a custom flashy drop down menu bar with hyperlinks and all of the .px files are rendered into a single frame. It also has what I call a "Weather Widget" (which wont work because the station is not online) and an image slideshow, both in the header area. I hate Internet Explorer because it is absolutely filled with bugs so I've made this site to run on most other browsers, so IE will not show the menu bar correctly.
This layout also works great on mobile devices, but I've found bug in the Touchscreen Web Profiles in AX so its not quite right with touchscreens and I'm trying to find a fix for it.
Load this station into your directory, start it up and check her out in your web browser.
This station was created in Vykon AX 3.6.31
Username is user
Password is password
Sorry in advanced for the shabby Chiller and Meter px's. I'm just trying to show the navigation and not pretty pictures.
I loaded it this morning and the menu actually looks fine in IE 9. My question is that in both Chrome and IE the dropdown is hidden by the applet... I was wondering if that is something you compensate for? We used to use dropdown in a similar manner but always had to blow away the applet so we could see the menu.
Thanks for taking a look at it. I wasn't aware of it doing that in Chrome, and I appreciate the heads up. IE has a problem with z-index and they know about it but fail to fix it. IE uses a different method to deal with layers and no matter what position in the stack you tell it an iFrame is, it is always rendered on top.
It works great with FF and Safari so both PC and Mac are covered, and so far I've just pushed these to be used with for it.
Thank you CYM!
Could I also get a copy? Now that the thread has been revived.
Would love a copy as well. Thank in advance.