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WebEA access to model Glossary
« on: May 15, 2020, 08:27:53 pm »
There is no mechanism at present to expose the Glossary through webEA as it is presented inside the full tool.  The context based browser also reduces the chance that there is a glossary package at the top level which can be accessed wherever in the models context the user happens to be.
It is suggested that one of two things is looked at (there will be other and probably better ideas, I am sure):
  • Create a 'button' that shows the glossary on the web page - tabbed for initial letters, rather than a huge list
  • Some web development done to allow the same tool-tipping revelation of glossary linked words on mouse over or hyperlinking to a glossary entry definition

I imagine that it will already be in a backlog somewhere, however we are looking at publishing architecture to a wide audience with a mixed degree of capability, so simpler (in their view) is better.