So... while doing some module debugging, I noticed Ignition trying to access a non-existent folder
After creating the folder manually, Ignition then tried to access:
And what do you know, any HTML you put in these files will be directly loaded in the DOM of all Perspective sessions
PS: Please don't send the hit squad .
Oh this is gonna be fun !
edit: It's been 11h and we still haven't heard from Victor.
I'm guessing he's currently being held in custody for of all the server fires in his area.
TL;DR: This has been possible forever. You're certainly allowed to do it (we can't stop you) but I'll present the following caveats as reasons we haven't and won't document this:
You can completely break Perspective, pretty easily, with this
We don't want you to have to know HTML or JS to develop in Perspective
We don't want people doing silly stuff like trying to dynamically modify these
do use this for should be considered unsupported. If we ever broke this functionality, it would likely be because we offered a supported, first-party solution, so I wouldn't necessarily worry about it dropping out from underneath you, but also, don't even think about contacting support if you do use this and something goes wrong.
I had exams xd
Does look interesting though. could be usefull to track some general things on every page. Tho it being loaded everywhere is not super versatile
You don't wanna say IA orange clockworked you for a week somewhere in a damp basement, I get it.
xD It was AI actual not IA
im following a course for AI (artifical intellengce)
Nope. Unfortunately, AI doesn't stand for Actual Intelligence.
Well for many specific applications AI is a lot smarter than us.
But yes the all purpose general super AI isnt there yet
reading up on some of the recent questions...
This could be usefull for:
We’ve just started rolling out Perspective Workstation on touchscreens and have noticed that there’s no onscreen keyboard that pops up when a user tries to enter a new setpoint into a numeric input field. We have to ensure that Windows 10 is set to tablet mode, and tell the operators to click on the onscreen keyboard icon in the windows tray to enter values… however then the keyboard covers the bottom half of the Perspective screen, 50% of the time which is where the input component is located, …
CSS can't know things like container sizes reliably because of how rendering order and style cascading works in the browser, fundamentally. So you would have to have JS running on the page to dynamically report the actual container size in order to run an actual dynamic font size calculation the way Vision does. But we don't allow you to write arbitrary JS in Perspective, because we didn't want folks to have to become web developers.
I'm with ya. I've been learning it too.
it would be super easy to add in google adds or something yes...
i dont think you'll be able to sell that to your clients though xd
watch this add for 10 sec before you can press the emergency stop button
Clash of clans...
does this get loaded in on the login page too? could be usefull to highjack that page for 3th party login methodes or something
(if you know what you are doing ofc)