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pypm install collective.idashboard

How to install collective.idashboard

  1. Download and install ActivePython
  2. Open Command Prompt
  3. Type pypm install collective.idashboard
 Python 2.7Python 3.2Python 3.3
Windows (32-bit)
1.2.6a2 Available View build log
Windows (64-bit)
1.2.6a2 Available View build log
Mac OS X (10.5+)
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Linux (32-bit)
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Linux (64-bit)
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Lastest release
version 1.2.6a2 on Jan 5th, 2011


Pimp your Plone dashboard!

This is a Plone Product that makes your users' Plone dashboard behave similarly to the iGoogle dashboard.

Specifically, it adds the following functionality: - Drag and drop portlets within and between rows - Ajax enabled inline portlet editing and saving - Ajax removal/deletion of portlets with themable confirmation modal dialog. - Toggle show/hide portlets


Add 'slc.idashboard' egg to the [instance] part in your buildout configure:

System Message: WARNING/2 (<string>, line 25)

Literal block expected; none found.

eggs = collective.idashboard

Upgrading from <=1.2.2:

From version 1.2.3 onwards, overrides.zcml is no longer used, so make sure you remove the following from the 'zcml' subsection in your [instance] section:

System Message: WARNING/2 (<string>, line 35)

Literal block expected; none found.

zcml = collective.idashboard collective.idashboard-overrides

Make sure that you run the import step in the Plone Control Panel. Just click on the button next to 'Upgrade:'. Drag and drop will not be enabled if you forget to do this.


  • Add sticky mininize/maximise


1.2.6a2 (2010-05-21)
  • Revert the getPhysicalPath changes, thanks to tip from jmf. [jcbrand]
1.2.6a1 (2010-05-12)
  • Added some Plone4 template fixes. Not yet usable on Plone4 though! [jcbrand]
  • Replaced absolute_url with getPhysicalPath to try and fix bug #1 [jcbrand]
1.2.5 (2010-03-11)
  • Add an uninstall profile. [sylvainb]
1.2.4 - (2009-11-30)
  • Fixed inline editing with Kupu: Edit forms are now rendered inside an iframe.

System Message: WARNING/2 (<string>, line 73)

Bullet list ends without a blank line; unexpected unindent.

This allows kss/kukit to parse the DOM and perform its magic on Kupu. [jcbrand] * Fixed the tests to pass with the custom browser layer. [jcbrand]

1.2.3 - (2009-10-26)
  • Add [z3c.autoinclude.plugin] entry point with target=plone, to remove the need for manually loading ZCML [jcbrand]
  • Removed the unused imports and the initialize method in __init__.py [jcbrand]
  • Added a custom layer (Request marker interface) that removes the need for putting the adapters in overrides.zcml. [jcbrand]
1.2.2 - (2009-10-04)
  • Javascript fixes for IE6 and IE7 [jcbrand]
  • Add Google Frame compliance [jcbrand]
  • Remove jquery.alerts javascript. Is now handled by dependency product. [jcbrand]
1.2.1 - (2009-09-15)
  • fix: include package collective.alerts in zcml [toutpt]
1.2 - (2009-09-10)
  • Remove jqueryui and add dependency on collective.js.jqueryui [toutpt]
  • Add metadata.xml to default profile [toutpt]
  • Install JQuery and JQueryUI at install time (with metadata.xml) [toutpt]
  • Move i18n to locales (automatic mo done at zope startup) [toutpt]
  • Add french local [toutpt]
  • Add minimize and maximize icons for the toggle feature [jcbrand]
  • Specify the portlet controls div's icons in css so that they can easily be customised [jcbrand]
1.1 - (2009-05-29)
  • Added modal dialog to confirm portlet deletion. [jcbrand]
1.0 - (2009-05-15)
  • Initial release

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