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Visual Navigation Framework: Configuration Options

Projects using the Visual Navigation framework offer the following configuration options. To access these options, click on your project folder in the Projects pane and then click the Framework tab for that project.

Configuration Option Description/Use Mandatory/Optional
Guideline map The Guideline Map is the logicnet the system will display first when a user starts the application. If you do not specify a guideline map, the project will use the first logicnet contained in the guideline subfolder in the project. Mandatory
Left slider panel This is the name of the logicnet that will appear in the application in a collapsible panel on the left side of the screen. If no logicnet is specified the system will not display a panel. Optional
Footer panel This is the name of the logicnet that will appear in the footer of the application. Optional
Node handler logicnet If you specify a logicnet here the default node-handler (show a question popup when a node is selected in the graph) of the framework is replaced. Optional (Advanced)
Popup text handler logicnet If a logicnet is specified here the default popup-handler (show all the question of a called net in a popup) when a node is selected in the graph`) of the framework is replaced. Optional (Advanced)
Complete handler logicnet A guideline complete popup-form is shown when an end-node is reached of a guideline. If a logicnet is specified this form is overwritten by the specified logicnet. Optional (Advanced)
History handler logicnet A popup window is shown with the history of answers provided by the user during the session. If a logicnet is specified here, the window content will alter according the local logicnet Optional (Advanced)
Feedback handler logicnet If a logicnet is specified here, the feedback behavior is modified. Otherwise on clicking the feedback button the user is taken through the standard framework functionality. Optional (Advanced)
Customized JavaScript Add customized interactive effects to your LogicNets-based applications. Optional (Advanced)
Customized CSS with LogicNets Applications Add names of CSS files here to change the default styling. Read Layering CSS and JS Files for more information on using CSS in LogicNets. Optional (Advanced)
Title text If a title is provided it will be shown in the title-bar. If no title is provided the name of the project/package is shown. Optional
Browser title text If a title is provided it will be shown in the browser-bar. If no title is provided the Title Text or the name of the project/package is shown. Optional
Custom configuration This logicnet is processed on start of the application, and contains any business-specific variable initialization. Examples of use include interpreting HTTP Headers into specific runtime variables that impact the application behavior, or extracting LogicNets Runtime version numbers for display to the user. Optional
Display at Top of Text View (Side by Side) This logicnet (if specified) will run and display its output at the top of the text view. It can be used to generate a title, instructional notes, or any text that needs to be "pinned" to the top of the text view. Optional
Display at Bottom of Text View (Side by Side) This logicnet (if specified) will run and display its output at the bottom of the text view. It can be used to generate a footer for this section of the screen, or any text/images etc. that need to be pinned to the bottom of the text view. Optional
Order Type(s) If using the specific functionality of order types with order nodes, this field is where the user can specify the allowable order types. Optional
Auto Answer Questions When this option is enabled all unanswered questions in the pathway are automatically answered when a question is answered. Mandatory
Auto-Submit Popup Choose yes if the popup closes on user selection of an answer option. Otherwise, the popup will remain open (allowing the user to change their answer if necessary) until the submit/close button is pressed. Optional
Enable Zooming Via this option zooming via the mouse scroll wheel, touch or zoom-buttons can be disabled and enabled Optional
Auto Center When enable the algorithm view will be center to the node that is selected by the user. Optional
Add Header Node     Disable or enable the viewing of title of the logicnet above the algorithm. Optional
Disable Selector Choose yes when you want the selector points and titles disabled so that the user cannot select them in making their choices/ Optional
Show History Button When enabled a history-button is added to the main menu bar. When this button is pressed an overview is shown with the given answers. Optional
Show Feedback Button Choose yes to show a button on the UI that allows a user to post feedback about the application.  Optional
Scale Center to Fit Choose yes to trigger the LogicNets engine to auto size the entire visual flow and position centrally on screen Optional
Default Node Handler Popup If a logicnet is specified here the node popup-handler  of the framework is replaced by the local/customized logicnet Optional
Expand Algo View Choose yes to allow the user to expand the visual flow to cover the entire screen/window. Optional
Side by Side View Choose yes to display text and visual display versions of the protocol on the screen at the same time. Optional
Cancel Answers This option allows user to "unanswer" or cancel the radio choice answer on the node question popup.

On the node popup, if a user wants to "unanswer" a radio choice question, he can click on the radio input again. This unchecks the selected radio choice and will mark that question as unanswered.

This option is only applicable if the auto submit popup setting is also set to yes.
Optional
Auto Clean Answers Choose yes to clear answers from a prior pathway when choosing an outcome in a different (unconnected) node.  Optional
Question (Node) Popup Draggable Choose yes if the popup window showing the question can be moved around screen by the user (e.g. to view an aspect of the underlying visual flow). Otherwise the popup window is fixed in the desired position by CSS.    Optional
Display Warning on Page Leave To display a warning when the user leaves the page, set this value to yes. Note: Warnings display differently depending on the browser in which you run your application. Optional
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