Actor bioghist always fully expanded when bullets are used
|Assignee:||Dan Gillean||% Done:|
|Target version:||Release 2.3.0|
|Google Code Legacy ID:||Tested version:||2.2, 2.3|
- Create an authority record, and add a paragraph to the History field. Save.
- Note that when more than 3 lines are included, the rest of the content is collapsed and hidden, and can be expanded by users.
- Now create another authority record with a block of text in the History field, including bullets (use an asterix - AtoM will convert them into bullets).
- Save and compare the two
- When bullets are used in the bioghist, extended content does not collapse as expected
- This is visible in the related description as well, when an actor is linked to an information object
- Bullets do not affect behavior of the expand/collapse JS
#8 Updated by Dan Gillean over 6 years ago
- File bullet-test.png added
- Status changed from QA/Review to Feedback
- Assignee changed from Dan Gillean to José Raddaoui Marín
- Target version set to Release 2.3.0
- Sponsored changed from No to Yes
- Requires documentation set to No
Can you please clarify the exact use cases? As I understood it, the list should only NOT collapse if there is just one list - so this covers access points, or a section where the user only adds a long list, with no mixed content (e.g. free text). From what I thought, based on talking to you, that means:
- If there is more than 1 list, it should still collapse
- If there is a combination of free text and a list, it should collapse
Is this accurate? If so, then some of my initial tests have failed - please see the attached image with examples.
#9 Updated by José Raddaoui Marín over 6 years ago
- Status changed from Feedback to QA/Review
- Assignee changed from José Raddaoui Marín to Dan Gillean
Hi Dan, that's accurate. The only missing thing is that the expander kicks in when the field is more than 255 chars long. I think some of the fields tested don't have that length.
Also, 'Subjects access points' is marked as a failure in the tests, but I think it's okay.
#10 Updated by Dan Gillean over 6 years ago
Ahhh! I thought it was about no. of lines not character length, but given that device width affects line length, that makes perfect sense. You're right about the subjects case too - I noticed that last night after I had posted the image and was going to update the ticket this morning to mention that. It was my mistake in annotating the image; sorry!
I'll re-test and update the ticket accordingly.