[LDTP-Dev] setappmap is not working (NameError: name 'setappmap'
is not defined()
prem.jothimani at gmail.com
Thu Nov 10 21:37:28 PST 2005
I got the point. But I am puzzled as why setcontext does not work (!!?!).
Also I am worried that you will have to send the
advanced-linux-programming.pdf file along with your map file for things to
work as your map file expects that file to be opened initially. I dont think
it is such a good idea. An alternative solution would be to generate the map
file with none of the files open and use remap() at runtime. This would make
the map file look logical and simple.
On 11/10/05, Mauricio Lin <mauriciolin at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Premkumar,
> On 11/10/05, Premkumar Jothimani <prem.jothimani at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi Mauricio,
> > Assuming that you use the map file that you sent me, I think your
> > setcontext() call should look like
> > setcontext ('PDF Viewer', 'python.pdf')
> > The point to note here is that the first parameter should always be the
> > value of the "label" field for that window name in the map file.
> OK. But there is a small detail here. The map file I generated starts as:
> Look the label field, it is not 'PDF Viewer'. The 'PDF Viewer' just exists
> if you generated a map file from a gpdf with no pdf file loaded.
> This map file was generated based on an open pdf file in the gpdf window.
> The reason I am generating the map file in this way is because a gpdf
> application with a pdf file loaded displays more graphical components
> (buttons, menu, menu options) that I want to manipulate.
> You can check that when you open a pdf file in gpdf, more buttons are
> displayed as well as more options in menu are created.
> Open the gpd application and afterward open a pdf file, you can notice
> that more buttons and menu options are displayed.
> Mauricio Lin.
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