In general, if you click on text you should get a document, and if you click an image you should get another image, or sometimes a drawing. When you click in the left frame, the response will usually be in the right frame, unless the item chosen is another index. However, if you click in the right frame a new window will often appear. This is usually intentional as it lets you keep the image while you continue to read the supporting documentation. Let us know how you like this arrangement.
An exception to the above is the DWF file from the CAD model. Because the WHIP! plug-in does not yet support frames, picking a link in the model will overwrite the model page with the new information. For this reason, and because an incompletely installed WHIP! can cause grief of a more serious sort, a GIF imitation of the drawing file currently occupies the model spot in the index page. Putting the drawing in the right frame (the default if you click the image) or maximizing it are the only options until an updated plug-in appears.
Database tables can quickly get out of hand, so the larger ones are chopped into one hundred record chunks with an index of sorts in the left frame and the data in the right. The records from all tables that are associated with any particular object will be appended to the page for that object, if it has other supporting documentation. Objects without supporting documentation do not have a page written for them unless the HTML detail function is chosen when the project is published, in which case only the relevant database records will be on the page. Any records supported by further documentation should have hyperlinked "O_NA" fields in any database table that refers to them.
To test your whip installation click here: CART.DWF
If you do not get a 3-D CART blurb you probably have one of the following problems:
|If you get a symbol looking something like a piece of a puzzle|
|You probably need to download and/or install the WHIP! Plug-in. Start by clicking the WHIP! icon above.|
|If you get a message suggesting that your WHIP driver is out of date.|
|You need to download an updated driver. To view most of these files you need Release 3.0 or newer. You can check this by clicking the "About WHIP!" option on the right-click menu.|
|If you get a message suggesting that CART.DWF is not a valid DWF file or if there is a frantic flashing.|
|You may need to modify the icon that launches Netscape by appending
"-start_java" (without the quotation marks) to the target string. The part
after the path to netscape.exe should be modified to look like the following
(quotation marks and all).
(This problem has not been reported by Explorer users.)
|Pan||Use the arrow keys to move around the drawing or, when the hand is the icon, just click and drag|
|Zoom||Use PageUp and PageDown to zoom in and out|
|Zoom Rectangle||Zoom to a rectangle you specify|
|Fit to Window||Zoom to see everything|
|Layers||Provides a seperate window for Layer Control|
|Named Views||Allows you to choose among the views saved with the drawing|
|Location||Provides a window with coordinate information|
|Full View||Causes the drawing window to expand to fill the current window|
|Highlight URLs||The shift key highlights any objects linked to other documents. Clicking on such an an entity will access the associated document.|