I'm new in using jmaki. So I try to link my menu into a dcontainer. but that doesn't seems to work,
the code :
Looks like yahoo.menu publishes to the /yahoo/menu/onClick topic that
is only part of the problem. Looks like the widget doesn't publish
the url. I'll ask the Yahoo widget model owner to take a look. I
tried this with the jmaki menu and it does work so we just need t
get the yahoo menu to handle the same thing.
I will fix it tonight. I have not been aware of such a glue behavior while building yahoo.menu. yahoo.menu does currently publish onClick events but the format is definitely different than what jmaki.dcontainer expects. So that's why it is not working for you.
Issue #11 logged in issue tracker:
Bug fixed and will be committed soon to svn. You can find the patch changes at
Tell me if you need anything else,
Thnx a lot for the quick solution.
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