[annotator-dev] Semantic UI Sidebars/Modals & AnnotatorJS Conflict

Neil Kuruppu neil at mergerlinks.com
Thu Mar 12 20:17:21 UTC 2015


Thank you for your kind and quick reply.
I’ve managed to resolve the issue. If annotate is called on a selector that is outside of the SemanticUI sidebar elements it seems to cause a conflict. Calling the selector upon an element within the main body of the page has resolved the issue.

I’m curious - has anyone got any experience using AnnotatorJS with Meteor  (http://www.meteor.com <http://www.meteor.com/>). I was thinking of packaging AnnotatorJS and submitting it to Atmosphere (the package repository for Meteor). However their current best practice is to ask maintainers of external projects if they would be willing to submit/maintain Atmosphere repos themselves as this minimises latency in getting updates out to the community. 

If there isn’t anything for this already, I was considering authoring a plugin for storing annotations within the Meteor local/remote collection api which connects to miniMongo or MongoDB respectively. 
Cheers,
Neil


> On 11 Mar 2015, at 23:04, Randall Leeds <tilgovi at hypothes.is> wrote:
> 
> If you can provide an example page using SemanticUI that would help.
> 
> I know BigBlueHat is a fan of SemanticUI and I think he may have even used Hypothesis on sites with SemanticUI. CC'ing him.
> 
> On Wed, Mar 11, 2015 at 1:04 PM, Neil Kuruppu <neil at mergerlinks.com <mailto:neil at mergerlinks.com>> wrote:
> Hello,
> We are trying to integrate AnnotatorJS into a site we’re building using SemanticUI (latest release). There’s a conflict where Annotator seems to prevent the modal windows and sidebar animations working correctly. SemanticUI seems to be gaining rapid adoption and is set to become like Bootstrap and Zurb Foundation so I was wondering if something could be done to make Annotator compatible with these.
> Thanks
> Neil
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