Commit b8afef88 authored by Remon Huijts's avatar Remon Huijts
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Small corrections to README

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INDie, *Interactive Network Diagrams in edX* is meant to easily make diagrams in
edX studio that can be shown to learners in the LMS. The diagram creator can add
simple interactions to cells in the diagrams. The triggers "on hover" and "on
click" can be applied on a cell. These triggers make sure other cells are
highlighted, or otherwise hidden cells are shown.
simple interactions to cells in the diagrams: hovering or clicking such a cell
will trigger an animation, which will highlight, hide or show other cells.
INDie is based on mxGraph_, the library behind Draw.io_.
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Adding INDie to a course
------------------------
1. Ask your system administator to install INDie on your edX platform. The
1. Ask your system administator to install INDie on your edX platform. The
steps to do so are listed in the Developers section.
2. Log in to edX studio
3. Select the course where you want to enable the edX XBlock
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1. Click a cell that you want to use for the "trigger"
2. Open the *Arrange* panel in the right sidebar. You should see an
*Interaction* panel at the bottom. If you don't see the *Interaction* panel:
*Interactions* panel at the bottom. If you don't see the *Interactions* panel:
- Make sure you selected exactly 1 cell, you can not use more than 1 cell as
a trigger at the moment.
- The Arrange panel only shows interactions for cells that are not in a
group. You can ungroup cells by clicking the *Ungroup* button if it exists.
3. Click *Add interaction*. You can now choose from three animations:
Highlight
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5. Choose a target cell. This is the cell that will get animated (either
highlighted, shown or hidden).
1. Click the *Pick cell* button
2. Click the cell you want to animate
3. The *Pick cell* button will show a numeric ID for the cell you picked. If
it doesn't, try again.
**Note:** It is possible to animate several cells with 1 action, but only
if they are *grouped*. You should follow these steps to make a group
**before** choosing a target cell:
1. Drag-select, or click several cells while holding the Shift or Ctrl
button.
2. Under the *Arrange* panel click *Group*.
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