I was having *such* a hard time figuring out how to set up Scone to do user testing. I knew it came with a plugin that would do practically everything I wanted, but… the documentation was in German!
Wayne offered to lend me his German language tapes. ;)
After MUCH struggling with it and *lots* of trial and error, though, I eventually figured out where I was supposed to configure the plugin in order to get it to load.
For posterity, here’s how to do it:
Random Emacs symbol: browse-url-galeon-new-window-is-tab – Variable: *Whether to open up new windows in a tab or a new window.
Scone interferes with some of the AJAX goodness I use. I think this is
because it overrides the onLoad event. BodyEventAdder is supposed to
addCodeToFunction to add the code, and somehow that’s not getting picked up.
Aha! Workaround: override the function that ym4r was using to insert
function instead. Add this named function to the body tag. Everyone happy.
I also have to figure out how to get it to log AJAX events. I can
reconstruct it from the processed requests if I have to, I guess…
Random Emacs symbol: read-symbol-positions-list – Variable: A list mapping read symbols to their positions.
<laugh> Fine, I’ve done enough for the day, time to relax. I’ll
get to go to krav later, yay!
Random Emacs symbol: interprogram-cut-function – Variable: Function to call to make a killed region available to other programs.