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  1. The Virtual Brain
  2. TVB-377 Spatio-Temporal Entities
  3. TVB-652

Integrate Michael's design for spatio-temporal pages.

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    • Type: Sub-task
    • Status: Closed
    • Priority: Major
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • Affects Version/s: None
    • Fix Version/s: 0.9.7
    • Component/s: Web Interface
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      Description

      Here's my demo page:
      http://www.twotribes.de/clients/virtualbrain/system/odinson_spacetime.html

      About the HTML:
      Again, I mostly used standard building blocks for this.

      Currently, I use a new colscheme-2-2nd-narrow with a 2/3 : 1/3 proportion for the column widths. I have to see how this works out once the special viewer are put in. I might still define an overflow-x: hidden for the .view-columns to make the layout work for smaller viewports. Another option is a fixed-fluid-width setup but that's tricky.

      I would definitely make the Stimulus diagrams less wide as I figure the shape of the curve carries the most important information anyway. Currently, they're 600px wide. I would cut back to 400px.

      The only special element is an ul.focal-points: Here, the vertex management takes place. As we're dealing w/ up to 20 vertices, I moved the whole thing above the viewer (where the user selects vertices anyway) and made it much more space-economical.

      2 things I noticed:
      :: There are a couple of equation fields in the SpaceTime forms, set to "readonly". The shouldn't be marked as .field-mandatory then.

      :: There's another readonly field in the SurfaceStim form, listing the currently selected focal points. Isn't that superfluous as we have a focal point management anyway?

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              bogdan.neacsa Bogdan Neacsa
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              lia.domide Lia Domide
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