[etoys-dev] nav-bar toggle and old projects

Scott Wallace scott.wallace at squeakland.org
Tue Jul 14 20:49:25 EDT 2009

I'm circulating this change-set via the etoys-dev mailing list instead  
of posting it on JIRA because JIRA is temporarily not allowing us to  
post files...

"Change Set:		navBar-sw-mz-yo
Date:			14 July 2009
Author:			Scott Wallace, Milan Zimmermann, Yoshiki Oshima

Adds a control at topright of screen/window to govern visibility of  
the full nav bar.

When opening 'old' projects, the nav bar will now appear in its  
collapsed form, at the top-right corner of the screen, to minimize the  
chance of obscuring essential content.  The criterion for oldness is:   
any project lacking a 'manifest' is considered old, as is any project  
whose manifest indicates a version code that is not 'etoys'.

This update is derived from work done under the following two JIRA  
	 SQ-154    	 Make it simple to show and hide the toolbar
	 SQ-280    	 Detect the version of a loading project and hide nav bar  
if desirable."

   -- Scott

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On Jul 13, 2009, at 4:20 AM, Timothy Falconer wrote:

> Hi everyone,
> We got spammed by two new forum accounts this weekend.    I've  
> removed the accounts, but it begs the question ... how did this  
> happen?
> Forum registration requires a "type the numbers in the image" check  
> and a "click this email" authentication check before posting is  
> allowed.
> This means the accounts could both read funky image numbers *and*  
> clicked through the link from their inbox (with a valid email  
> address).
> Either spambots have gotten smarter or these were actual humans,  
> which we can't really protect against without requiring moderator  
> approval of all new accounts.
> Anyway, just letting you all know that I'm watching, researching,  
> and considering the problem carefully.
> Take care,
> Tim
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