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First, I'd like to be able to scroll vertically so that I can actually see the whole timeline.
I'd also like the ability to exclude entry dates, because my book purchases tend to overwhelm my actual reading.
The misleading title should also be changed: "acquisitions" implies that it's based on Date Acquired, when it's actually based on Entry Date.
I'd like the time information to be hidden when we click on a book in the timeline; since we have no way of setting the time, it doesn't mean anything to display 00:00:00 for everything.
Apostrophes need to be fixed.
The pop-up boxes could also display a bit more information (rating, etc.). It might even be nice if the info could display on mouse-over rather than requiring clicking.
Now Tim just needs to give Chris a bit of time to work on this... hehe.
Basically anything Chris can be allowed time to develop on this would be superb.
Yes to 1, 2 and 3
I posted the following Message to http://www.librarything.de/topic/66613
Message 282: birder4106
"A few days ago I discovered TimeLine. And I liked it from the beginning.
But each time I started TL the following message appeared at least twice:
"Caught exception: TypeError: Result of expression 'elmt' undefined is not an object."
The TL-Window is still empty of books. To see the books I have to scroll back for a few years. If I scroll forward and i am reaching about middle of 2005 all books disappear again and I have to scroll back again ...
What am I doing wrong, or what's wrong?
I always have to start TL with: "www.librarything.de/lttl" in a seperate window. Is there a other way?"
It's fun as is, but if Chris gets a chance to finish it it will be even better!
Honestly, I feel like the timeline is so close to being really useful. The tweaks that want to see are few (vertical scrolling, by collection), although I don't know how small!
It's one of those memes that is really cool looking and might encourage more use of the dates field - which is more data that LT can then mine!
Although now that I think of it, it'd be nice to be able to 'zoom in' if possible. To see a month broken down by days.