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Old 09-07-2012, 10:34 AM   #16
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Thanks a lot for this trick!!
It is indeed very powerful; but please post at least an small HOWTO. Did you manage the Javascript part?
what javascript: all that is shown is HTML.
in the Metadata edito comments view there is a Tab to switch to HTML(code view). once the URL is there, it is click-able in the normal 'Book Details'
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Old 09-08-2012, 06:23 PM   #17
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Thanks a lot for this trick!!
It is indeed very powerful; but please post at least an small HOWTO. Did you manage the Javascript part?
Surely the gurus around here will provide better examples. In the meantime here are my 2 cents. It seems that, at least to some extent, it is possible to embed some JavaScript:

1-Create a custom column; set the type as “Long text, like…”
2-Click edit metadata and select the “Custom metadata” tab.
3-Slect the "HTML Source" tab.
4- Copy and paste the following code:

<div>
<input type="button" value="Click me!" onclick="JavaScript:alert('So you did it!')"></div>
<p></p>
<div>
<button type="button" onclick="JavaScript:alert('You did it again!')">Click here.</button>
</div>

5-Click OK to close the Metadata editor.

Now on the “book details view” you will see two buttons that will pop up scripted messages.

Good luck!
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I have decided to withdraw this offer as haven't had the time to put together mock ups and doesn't appear to be much interest.

Thanks to all who contributed. I have decided just to consolidate my audiobooks into single m4b files using chapter and verse.
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what javascript: all that is shown is HTML.
in the Metadata edit comments view there is a Tab to switch to HTML(code view). once the URL is there, it is click-able in the normal 'Book Details'
No need to write any HTML as such

The comments editor has an Insert Link button that pops up a dialogue box with fields for the URI and Name.

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I posted this because I've seen two "have a look here" references to the thread, so it seemed useful to clarify this item.
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