7 Replies Latest reply on Dec 16, 2013 9:29 AM by Lawrence Ng

    Template Builder user interface comments

      Since I have not received the TC55 yet, I have spent my time playing with Template Builder and I have some comments about.

      1. It does not work properly on FF 26 (for instance, double clicking to open does not work at all).
      2. It does not display properly on IE, so it becomes unusable on this browser.
      3. It does work fine on Chrome. I have seen the source page and it seems to be a pure HTML5/CSS3 application (no Flash nor java), that would explain first two points.
      4. Help popup does not display properly formatted text, it shows html code instead of rendering it. Editing the source code of the page lets one see what's wrong: <span>Descrition: </span><span class="italic"><pre>-All Caps&lt;br/&gt;&amp;lt;dpxrparam id=&amp;quot;charset&amp;quot; type=&amp;quot;string&amp;quot; sst_num=”0x10”&amp;gt;&lt;br/&gt;  &amp;lt;![CDATA[ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ]]&amp;gt;&lt;br/&gt;&amp;lt;/dpxrparam&amp;gt;&lt;br/&gt;-Alphanumeric&lt;br/&gt;&amp;lt;dpxrparam id=&amp;quot;charset&amp;quot; type=&amp;quot;string&amp;quot; sst_num=”0x10”&amp;gt;&lt;br/&gt;  &amp;lt;![CDATA[ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZabcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz0123456789-/,.;:”’@#*&amp;lt;&amp;gt;]]&amp;gt;&lt;br/&gt;&amp;lt;/dpxrparam&amp;gt;&lt;br/&gt;-Numeric&lt;br/&gt;&amp;lt;dpxrparam id=&amp;quot;charset&amp;quot; type=&amp;quot;string&amp;quot; sst_num=”0x10”&amp;gt;&lt;br/&gt;  &amp;lt;![CDATA[0123456789]]&amp;gt;&lt;br/&gt;&amp;lt;/dpxrparam&amp;gt;&lt;br/&gt;-Only alphabets&lt;br/&gt;&amp;lt;dpxrparam id=&amp;quot;charset&amp;quot; type=&amp;quot;string&amp;quot; sst_num=”0x10”&amp;gt;&lt;br/&gt;     &amp;lt;![CDATA[ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZabcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz]]&amp;gt;&lt;br/&gt;&amp;lt;/dpxrparam&amp;gt;&lt;br/&gt;</pre></span>
      5. Close option on File menu should close the current template, rather than closing Chrome (if no other tabs) or the tab (if there are other tabs). I guess this option should rather be named Exit. Close should stand for template handling, just as in all kinds of applications. I guess it's somewhat confusing.

       

      I hope this helps!