I've got that "fix" sorted - will commit it after a bit more testing
> Nice to learn that there is some investigations about this problem ;)
> best regards,
> Fabien Bachraty
> Simon Pigot-5 wrote:
>> FBachraty wrote:
>>> I have testing the new release 2.2 for two days
>>> This is great and thanks the Geonetwork team's, for the good work done.
>>> But the problem of sheet jumping back to the top, is also present on this
>>> Personally, I'm a little surprising that their is no more people
>>> about this persisting problem.
>>> My thinking is that this little problem is largely deprecating the tool
>>> metadata contributors. In fact this is not only my thinking, I report
>>> the feedback of the users of my project.
>>> Expecting this post will resound better my first.one.
>>> Best regards,
>>> Fabien Bachraty
>> Hi Fabien,
>> Plenty of people down here don't like it either! :-)
>> When you go to add a new element with the '+' button the form is
>> submitted with the reference number of the parent element tacked on as
>> an anchor to the action eg. #_64. When the screen is refreshed with the
>> rebuilt form, the window is positioned at the anchor created for the
>> parent element (ie. #_64) in the XSLTs. This approach works quite well
>> when you're adding an element to a parent that doesn't have many
>> children, but it fails if the parent is large or if the parent hasn't
>> been rendered at all (as can happen if you've written you're own xslt
>> for element processing/display in a profile say) - like you've said above.
>> I have a "fix" (well, ok, its kind of a hack) nearly sorted that works
>> with the existing html forms but employs a different method to
>> reposition the page more accurately after the html form is regenerated.
>> On other editor stuff, some cheap speed ups can be had by employing
>> Saxon, other speed ups (with more work associated) could be possible by
>> profiling and then reworking some of the XSLT (possibly as XSLT2).
>> Alternatives to the html form approach are under investigation.
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