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jQuery Gantt editor – collapsible branches

May 15, 2014

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I received lots of request for this feature, but I never put my hands on.

Yesterday I received a merge request from Ken “BestKen” with this feature implemented!

The feature has been developed in a really “clean” manner: thanks Ken.

 

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This new feature is already available on the demo and on GitHub sources.

There is also a  fix for IE 9 and a better organization of images.

Enjoy.

4 Comments leave one →
  1. May 25, 2014 14:02

    This is a great addition Roberto and Ken! I really love all of the functionality of the Gantt Editor.

    Just one little bug I’ve noticed in the expand/collapse. If a user collapses a branch the “collapsed” attribute is set to true. However, when the JSON is reloaded the branches are expanded even though the task should be collapsed. Very minor, but on a large project it could be very useful.

    Thanks again for a great editor!
    Matthew Perry

  2. June 17, 2014 10:32

    HI Roberto,

    Looks really good. Let me pass you some small issues we found (too little to go through the effort of a fork?)

    Thanks!

    1) Button collapse over taskStatusBox.

    File gant.css: add “z-index: 100;” to taskStatusBox css.
    File platform.css: change opacity in cvcColorSquare:hover css to 1.

    2)

    Links should not work if canWrite=false.

    File ganttDrawerSVG.js: add canWrite condition to drawTask function when both mouseenter and mouseleave event.

    3) Links and tasks should not be removable if canWrite=false.

    File ganttMaster.js: add canWrite condition to init function when both del and backspace keydown event.

  3. June 29, 2014 23:34

    Hi

    I want to implement jQueryGantt, using the fatfree framework to generate the task list. Is it possible to tune into an hourly basis, lets say with a resulution of 0.25 h ?. As it is now 1 day is minimum. I think I read some where there has been a fork somewhere who has made it, but I cant find that particular fork.

    Best regards

    Lars Brandi Jensen

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