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Closed 6 years ago

#5318 closed enhancement (fixed)

Unable to specify the width of input or textarea in a TRAC Form

Reported by: anh@… Owned by: Rich Harkins
Priority: normal Component: TracFormsPlugin
Severity: normal Keywords: text input size documentation
Cc: Trac Release: 0.11

Description (last modified by Ryan J Ollos)

I'm attempting to create a form that would allow us to generically define tasks associated with a ticket and mark them off when completed. TRACForms seems like it would be very useful in this capacity. However, one annoying thing is that I can't seem to specify the width of the input or textarea boxes. Is there a way to do this?

Here is an example form that we would want to include in a ticket. The idea is that we could type in individual tasks for the form and then the engineering team could check off tasks as they are completed.

{{{
#!TracForm
#! submit_label "Finished!"
#! track_fields

|| '''When''' || '''Who''' || '''What''' || '''Task #''' || '''Description''' ||
|| [tf:task1] || [tf.when:task1] || [tf.who:task1] || 1 || [tf.textarea:task1_notes] ||
|| [tf:task2] || [tf.when:task2] || [tf.who:task2] || 2 || [tf.textarea:task2_notes] ||
|| [tf:task3] || [tf.when:task3] || [tf.who:task3] || 3 || [tf.textarea:task3_notes] ||
|| [tf:task4] || [tf.when:task4] || [tf.who:task4] || 4 || [tf.textarea:task4_notes] ||
|| [tf:task5] || [tf.when:task5] || [tf.who:task5] || 5 || [tf.textarea:task5_notes] ||
|| [tf:task6] || [tf.when:task6] || [tf.who:task6] || 6 || [tf.textarea:task6_notes] ||
|| [tf:task7] || [tf.when:task7] || [tf.who:task7] || 7 || [tf.textarea:task7_notes] ||
|| [tf:task8] || [tf.when:task8] || [tf.who:task8] || 8 || [tf.textarea:task8_notes] ||
|| [tf:task9] || [tf.when:task9] || [tf.who:task9] || 9 || [tf.textarea:task9_notes] ||
|| [tf:task10] || [tf.when:task10] || [tf.who:task10] || 10 || [tf.textarea:task10_notes] ||

}}}

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comment:2 Changed 7 years ago by Ryan J Ollos

Description: modified (diff)

comment:3 Changed 7 years ago by Steffen Hoffmann

Keywords: text input size added
Type: defectenhancement

If it's "only" annoying and not an announced feature, then it's certainly not a defect, right?

Anyway, at least for textarea input fields following syntax works for me:

[tf.textarea:annotations (keine) 40 5]

comment:4 Changed 7 years ago by Steffen Hoffmann

Keywords: documentation added

Is this solved?

At least for the textarea it really should. Even the quite mature wiki documentation mentions this for ages... Simple one-line input fields are much harder, normally formatted with CSS these days, AFAIK. I'm still unsure how to approach this without a major effort.

comment:4 Changed 6 years ago by Steffen Hoffmann

(In [10151]) TracFormsPlugin: Add optional 'size' argument to input field, refs #5318.

comment:5 Changed 6 years ago by Steffen Hoffmann

(In [10152]) TracFormsPlugin: Add optional default content argument to input field, refs #5318.

comment:6 Changed 6 years ago by Steffen Hoffmann

Current trunk code now recognizes optional arguments for default content and size similar to textarea, what should be as intuitive as possible. Official release is planned for 0.4 and syntax documentation has been updated accordingly.

comment:7 Changed 6 years ago by Steffen Hoffmann

Resolution: fixed
Status: newclosed

(In [10216]) TracFormsPlugin: Releasing version 0.4, pushing development to 0.5, closes #5318, #5608, #5667.

Codename 'Nelso'. ;-) This is the first release supporting PostgreSQL for storing forms data, effectively working equally well with all db backends, that are currently supported by Trac itself. Another big step towards a stable plugin. Thanks to all the kind people, who helped with their contributions in many ways. It was another rewarding experience to find the kinks and iron them out. Now everybody enjoy the new Trac power under the hood.

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