#1 2022-02-16 09:01:08

xoslorg
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Doubts about the use

Hi, I've been messing around with your application for a few weeks and several questions have arisen. 
1.- I can't find a way to make a double list since they appear in other types of organization schemes. 
2.- How can you make the image occupy its entire field and how can you set a fixed size to that field. 
3.- How can one field be placed to the right of another? 
Thanks a lot.

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#2 2022-02-16 18:15:33

kerenoc
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Re: Doubts about the use

From your questions, I assume that you're trying to create a model for a new type of collection. The editor doesn't support all the features that are available in the XML format used to describe the models. You'll have to use a text editor to further customize your collection. The custom models are located in AppData\Roaming\gcstar\GCModels on Windows and .local/share/gcstar/GCModels on Linux.

1) Double list : create a "double list" tag using this template (see for example the "actors" field of the GCfilms.gcm model https://gitlab.com/Kerenoc/GCstar/-/blo … s.gcm#L147 )

Code:

<field displayed="TitleOfField" flat="false" group="Details" history="false" init="" label="DoubleList" label1="Double1" label2="Double2" type="double list" value="nameOfField" />

2) If the image is big enough, it will fill the field but it will not be upscaled otherwise. Use height and width value to specify the size of the field (example for postcards https://gitlab.com/Kerenoc/GCstar/-/blo … s.gcm#L321 )

3) One can use a <item type="line"></item> to put multiple items on a single line (example for postcards
https://gitlab.com/Kerenoc/GCstar/-/blo … s.gcm#L306 )

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#3 2022-02-26 07:15:43

xoslorg
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Re: Doubts about the use

Good, thank you for answering and sorry for the delay in answering.

About the first thing already solved, thank you very much.
Would it be possible to have multiple columns?

On the other two points I have not yet had time to test it.

Thank you very much.

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#4 2022-02-27 19:46:56

kerenoc
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Re: Doubts about the use

Currently lists can have up to 3 columns (for example, the borrowers' list).

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