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View All History

This is a version of what it could look like when a patron views their complete history (pretend that the history is filled with a variety of Books, VHS, and DVDs and not only the Book of Kells). To browse pages of their complete history they can hit the left and right arrows. To do this they would have to be logged in and then select a "View Lifetime History" button at the bottom of the history at which point it would expand and show the patron's complete. If they were not logged in at that point it would go to a login screen. The patron could also select the "Collapse" button to completely collapse the history.Dmeresman 11:02, 3 April 2008 (EDT)
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Scan a Book while Logged In

This window comes up if the patron scans a book while they are logged in. It asks them if they would like to view the messages on the book or leave a message on the book. If they select "view" then the window closes and the floating messages are cleared away and replaced by the messages relating to that book. If they select leave a message then a blank message leaving window comes up for that book and it does not change what messages are floating in the background. Dmeresman 14:02, 3 April 2008 (EDT)

Looks good David, but please add the title of the book/dvd/vhs to the top of that window.Robert_Ransick 13:55, 4 April 2008 (EDT) WIREFRAME ScanBook LoggedIn ReviewEdit2.jpg

Scan a Book while Logged Out

This window comes up if the patron scans a book while they are logged out. It asks them if they would like to view the messages on the book or log in to leave a message on the book. If they select "view" then the window closes and the floating messages are cleared away and replaced by the messages relating to that book. If they select log in then a log in window comes up. Once they fill it in and log in, a blank message leaving window comes up for that book and it does not change what messages are floating in the background. Dmeresman 14:10, 3 April 2008 (EDT)
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Search

This is the search box that will come up when the patron selects "Search" in the menu. The default search method is "All" which searches all categories. To narrow what the patron is searching by they can select "Author/Director", "Book" "DVD/VHS", "Tag" and "Patron". The patron then types their search terms into the search box, and/or a date or date range into the date boxes, and hits the "Search" button on the keyboard. The results will be in the results box and will be in weighted text. If there is only one result, the system will show a list of recent messages showing what patron left the message, and the date it was left on. The patron can also populate any of the fields other than "All", "Tag" and "Patron" by selecting it and scanning a book. "Patron" can be populated by scanning an ID. Dmeresman 20:20, 14 April 2008 (EDT)
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Search With One Result

In a search with one result, there will be a list of the messages on that thing (the same ones that will show up if they select it in the search results page). They are organized by date from newest to oldest, and say who the patron name is and when the message was left as well as have a snippet of the message. If the patron clicks on the message it will go to the view for all of the messages on that search result, with that one in the message window. The search results are also the only hexagons in the background. If they click on the search result, it will close the search window and open the most recent message in the search. If they close the search window, the search remains active. Dmeresman 21:04, 14 April 2008 (EDT)

let's not put the actual message, but the patron name and date the message was left.Robert_Ransick 08:15, 17 April 2008 (EDT)

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Search Patrons

This is the screen for when a patron searches by patron name. In this case they searched "Hannah", so all the patrons with "Hannah" in their name show up. In the background are all of the messages that those patrons have left are shown behind the search window. If the patron clicks on a specific patron, it will show all the messages that patron has left, with the most recent one in the message view window. Dmeresman 21:53, 14 April 2008 (EDT)
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Search Authors/Directors

This is the screen for when a patron searches by Author/Director. In this case they searched "Buckner", so all the authors and directors with "Buckner" in their name show up. In the background are all of the messages that have been left on books/dvds/vhs by those authors/directors. If the patron clicks on a specific author/director, it will show all the messages on books/vhs/dvds by that author/director, with the most recent one in the message view window. Dmeresman 23:59, 14 April 2008 (EDT)
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Search DVD/VHS

This screen shows the search results when a patron searches in the VHS/DVD category. Dmeresman 13:29, 15 April 2008 (EDT)
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Search All

This is the screen for when a patron searches in all categories at the same time. The results screen divides into sections for each type of results and lists them there. Behind the window are the message hexagons for all of the messages connected to those items. Dmeresman 09:50, 15 April 2008 (EDT)
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Search Date Range

Here is the screen for searching by only date range. It is categorized like in all as long as the patron searching in the all category. If in other category it searches in that specific category only (books, dvd/vhs, author/director, tag, patron). This version now has the non-weighted text and only one item per line as per discussion with tech team. Instead of the weighted list there is a number next to each search result with how many messages in that date range are associated with that search result. Dmeresman 15:23, 15 April 2008 (EDT)
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Log In Error

This page would come up with instructions on how to login if the patron tried to log in with incorrect information. I was orignially going to put a link to "forgot login?" on this page too, but it seemed unnecessary as I could fit the login information on this screen fine. This screen could also come up when the patron selects "forgot login?". Dmeresman 14:53, 10 April 2008 (EDT)
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Viewing Search

This is the page that would come up when the patron has searched for a book and a date range and has selected a search result. In this case they have searched for the grapes of wrath with the date range being 2/12/08-3/16/08. The messages in the background are all between those dates and attached to that book. The most recent message automatically opens in the message window. The "search" menu item is still shown as selected and if the patron clicks it, the search fields will show up filled in with the current search. I previously had thought it would be good to tell the patron what they had searched for but I am now thinking that wouldn't work very well. Dmeresman 20:37, 13 April 2008 (EDT)
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Viewing Search Alt

Here is another option for the search screen except with a window telling the patron what they have searched for. I think that it is better without it. In this version there are links to use only one search term or the other by clicking on them or to start a new search by clicking on the "New Search" button. Based on changes to the way that search works, this seems to make even less sense now Dmeresman 21:03, 14 April 2008 (EDT)
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Bookmark Docked Logged Out

Now when the bookmark is docked there will be a link in the log in status window to the bookmark. The bookmarks are differentiated by their type (yeast cell, martha...) and the color of their image. This is a constant link to sorting by that bookmark. When the patron sorts by that bookmark, the message currently on that bookmark is viewed. Dmeresman 10:21, 15 April 2008 (EDT)
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Bookmark Docked Logged In

This screen is identical to the bookmark docked logged out screen except the login window shows the user as logged in. Dmeresman 12:58, 15 April 2008 (EDT)
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