[NTG-context] How to display JavaScript's values in ConTeXt

Zhichu Chen zhichu.chen at gmail.com
Wed Sep 6 04:02:13 CEST 2006


Thank you very much Peter.

I've inserted these code and when I open my pdf file in Acrobat
Reader, it crashed :(. But this is not a big deal, I modified it and
it's working, but it only tells me that:
do_digit(7) at page 0
and the field never changes. I guess I have to specify some link
between the JavaScript variant and the ConTeXt. Can you give me just
one simplest example that shows JavaScript code
var tempstring = "Yes";
in pdf file? Or you could think I'm very boring so can you just
suggest some materials that I can find these techniques?


From: Peter Rolf <indiego at gmx.net>
To: mailing list for ConTeXt users <ntg-context at ntg.nl>
Date: Tue, 05 Sep 2006 11:42:44 +0200
Subject: Re: [NTG-context] How to display JavaScript's values in ConTeXt
Zhichu Chen wrote:
> Hello everybody,
>
>     I want to add a clock which shows the system time to a pdf file.
> And I have read the ``art-calc.pdf'' and ``mwidget-p.pdf'' to find
> some approaches but failed shamely. I am indeed new at ConTeXt and
> JavaScript. Before I'm shocked by ConTeXt, I used LaTeX for about 2
> years, so I'm confused with the conventions between ConTeXt and LaTeX.
> My code is here:
>
I don't have the time right now for more than this short tip. If you
work with JavaScript you should open the JaveScript Debugger (CTRL-J in
Acrobat; in the Adobe Reader hit CTRL-K and check "Show console on
errors and messages" in the JavaScript categorie) to see the warnings
and error messages. You also should insert some log messages in your
code. For example

console.println("do_digit("+d+") at page "+[this.pageNum]);

at the start of your function do_digit. This helps a lot to see what is
going on.

Greetings, Peter

> ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
> \setupinteraction[state=start]
>
> \startJSpreamble functions used now
>   function do_digit(d)
>     { Stack[Level] += String(d);
>       do_refresh(Level) }
> \stopJSpreamble
>
> \startJScode{digit}
>   do_digit(JS_S_1);
> \stopJScode
>
> \definefield[Stack.1][line][Results][][
>
> \setupfield
>   [Results]
>   [horizontal,frame]
>   [width=fit,
>    height=2cm,
>    frame=on]
>   [height=18pt,width=80pt,align=middle,frame=off]
>   [height=18pt,width=80pt,color=red,align=right,style=type,frame=off]
>
> \setupbuttons [background=infobutton]
>
> \starttext
>
> Click \button{7}[JS(digit{7})] will get
> \field[Stack.1]
>
> \stoptext
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
> I only copied these codes from "art-calc.pdf" so there must be some
> other critical concepts that I haven't realized. Please point them to
> me. Thanks
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