Introducing IdMso visual studio extension

A few months ago I released a visual studio extension, that provides autocomplete if you edit¬†office ribbon files. The extension is open source, and published on GitHub. By now, it proved to be more of less functional and even some issues with Office 2016 icons were fixed thanks to the user feedback! ūüôā What it can do for you – it can assist you if you edit the XML files to define¬†interface for your extensions in the Visual Studio editor. The code is based on famous glyphfriend¬†extension (if you don’t use it yet – you should start, it’s great). Initially …

Layers support in html publishing

With new update to Version 1.0.9¬†there is new “out-of-the-box” function of the HTML Export¬†extension– layer support! Now you can publish diagrams, and add optional layer management, to allow switching layers on/off on the published diagram. This allows to control diagram’s layers on the web to¬†show/hide it’s parts. Check out the example:¬†Suzuki FA50 Shuttle electrical schematic. Yep, in 1990s it was all pretty simple. You can turn on/off wires of the corresponding color by clicking the layer switch, to see what is connected with what. This is out of the box. Alternatively (this part is provided by extra tiny script) – …

Pokemon office – more html popovers

New sample with updated javascript code / template created with svg publishing, to show stuff in the office (click the picture open it live) https://nbelyh.github.io/svgpublishdemo/PokemonBldgPlan.html The javascript is very similar to the one described in the Dynamic popups on published diagrams, you can check it in the source diagram. Just the formatting is different, now it builds a chunk of HTML and populates it with some images/properties from the shapes. The source diagram and the excel file are here: