Soll: Because the current form was built to store a transaction order,
Szychowski: You can ask. whether or not i answer is a different question berpcor
Klaren: How big is your weiner?
Szychowski: Deryco not funny or appropriate ;
Kobylarz: Szychowski: but now, the client wants to add an additional note, that is not related to the transaction item, but related to the client account
Rathai: Szychowski: How often are you here? Is there any other way to get in touch with you?
Szychowski: Berpcor i’m here most weekdays.
Szychowski: But don’t look for only me.
Szychowski: There are a lot of people that can help you in here pretty regularly.
Szychowski: Plus asking in the channel will allow others to chime in and learn from your experiences.
Reineck: But not all of them patient and are able to explain
Szychowski: Berpcor heh, sorry man.
Coltrain: So in summary, I was looking maybe to embed an input and once the user saves the content, I can use an external form to store the content and send an ajax to store that note
Szychowski: Those are the breaks.
Szychowski: Raul782 are you using x-editable just for the tooltip-style thing it pops up?
Rippentrop: But x-editable always adds this form, which is messing up with my parent form
Szychowski: So you just want the click-to-edit part?
Szychowski: Depending on some details, you could probably build that yourself.
Szychowski: Render out a hidden input that you toggle display on it and the link.
Ludeman: Szychowski: I knew the answer, I am not sure that I would answer in a different way Just asked
Szychowski: Berpcor it’s more a matter of needing to maintain a personal life and be able to disconnect :
Szychowski: But the other part is also really salient – let others try to help you.
Teel: Yeah, that was my last option, I was hoping to use any plugin that did the job, lazy-me :/
Szychowski: Raul782 nah not lazy.
Szychowski: But you really not need all the features of something like x-editable.
Szychowski: You could look for a click-to-edit plugin on google maybe?
Mullineaux: Szychowski: Exactly. Some people I get in touch with are asking too much, anytime they want. But. I hope they will not refuse when I’ll need their help, that’s the only thing I console myself
Szychowski: Either way, just ask here.
Szychowski: You should have a pretty good success rate.
Risbeck: Besides, thank you very much for help.
Malinoski: Szychowski: thanks, I’ll build my own for now, it will be faster, already wasted one hour trying to fit the other plugins.
Szychowski: Raul782 : fair enough.
Sarlinas: Szychowski: About my issue again. As I said user have to wait of initialisation of gallery after clicking the image. In fact, I load images only for getting its size. I can handel it using php by inserting data to code.
Szychowski: Don’t generate js using php.
Moncivais: Ok, got it. I won’t, then.
Searfoss: I need do it automatically after dom is ready?
Szychowski: You can load them on demand.
Steinlicht: On demand – yes. But again, user should wait.
Szychowski: What is the user waiting on?
Szychowski: Like, what are you building?
Szychowski: You could shorten that to $do***ent.readydoActionsForInitializingGallery
Szychowski: So it’s an image gallery?
Acero: So that, when user will click image, gallery will be ready.
Parayuelos: Szychowski: http://photoswipe.com/
Szychowski: That also uses a carousel.
Szychowski: When you expand them.
Szychowski: Why are you doing this dynamically on the frontend then?