also, you could try "caching" the annotations within the hits by replacing the annotation ids with references to the annotation objects after lookup. this is something I do a lot with jquery for example, do the lookup once with a selector, then cache the result in a var for reuse. not sure how much they will need to be reused, but possibly a worthwhile optimisation.
I was pretty tired yesterday, had time to sleep on it :-)
If you scroll down to where it says Manifest, you can paste a manifest url into the field under the drop down box. Then hit Set to view.
Hello! I'm wondering if anyone using the Universal Viewer has encountered problems with non-unique page or folio numbers. Some of the items we're digitizing at the Bodleian are volumes that contain multiple sequences of folio numbers, so that there are several instances of folio 1r, for example, within a single volume. Since the Universal Viewer has a text entry field rather than a drop-down menu for page selection, I assume that if someone were trying to navigate to folio 1r within a volume like this, they would get an error message, or else they would be taken to the first instance of a folio 1r within the manifest, which might not be the one they wanted.
We could get around this problem by including the section/sequence number within the foliation metadata (for example, the various 1rs would become 1: 1r, 2: 1r, etc.), but this isn't ideal. Has anyone else encountered this problem and found a workaround?
Thanks! Hope to see some of you in Ghent later this week.
Hi, I just tried a fresh bower install on the demo-site and it's loading one of the Wellcome PDFs without a problem.
I experimented with using the 'cv' hash parameter to set the initial page, but ran into difficulties with it. I think it was a limitation of the pdf.js api, but not sure. Would be great to have some fresh eyes on it!
I think the OCR/Alto stuff is probably beyond the scope of this gitter channel. Maybe try posting a question on the UV Google Group:
I'll see if I can get @tomcrane to write an explanation.
you can listen for this event in the containing page:
you should be able to use that to track using Piwik/Google Analytics etc
if you try different types of download on http://universalviewer.io/examples/ you can see the events being logged in the console
yep! this was added by the Riksarkivet:
if you check the manifest you can see the metadata on each canvas
perhaps you're not using the latest version of the UV? have you tried that manifest by pasting it into the manifest input field here?