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  • Bernhard Hoisl commented on the plugin Wookie Widgets 2.1
    Sorry, but I am not really sure what you are trying to install ...  but I can make an educated guess: the mnet plugin. I recommend using this forum only for issues related to the Wookie plugin for Elgg. Therefore, I think your question relates...
  • Bernhard Hoisl commented on the plugin Wookie Widgets 2.1
    People interested in widget development and inter-widget communication (IWC) are invited to join the following discussion: http://bit.ly/bJ7qFC
  • Bernhard Hoisl commented on the plugin Wookie Widgets 2.1
    Hi, you must first install a Wookie Server. Just go to the website www.getwookie.org, there you will find information how to setup a Wookie Engine. If you develop on your local machine, your Wookie Engine will probably run on...
  • Bernhard Hoisl commented on the plugin Wookie Widgets 2.1
    Hi Malaga Jack, Wookie is a widget engine where you can run your widgets. With the plug-in you can integrate these widgets in Elgg. As it is W3C compliant any widget should work (or at least with a minimum of adaptation). Therefore, you can upload...
  • Bernhard Hoisl commented on the plugin Wookie Widgets 2.1
    Pro: Good idea as then you don't have to edit any files. Good because you can have widgets from different Wookie servers displayed on one dashboard.   Contra: But, if you display let's say three widgets (from one Wookie server) you have to...
  • Bernhard Hoisl commented on the plugin Wookie Widgets 2.0
    @jimbob: thanks for testing it with 1.5 @scott: thanks for your help in setting the shared data key correctly and for adding participants. i have integrated it in version 2.1 @jose: please use version 2.1 of the plugin, where you only have to set...
  • Bernhard Hoisl uploaded a new plugin: Wookie Widgets 2.1
    • I don't know how to adapt the file [elggDir]/mod/wookie/views/default/widgets/wookie/functions.php:
      - $vars['entity']->wookie_url (URL to Wookie engine)
      - $vars['entity']->wookie_api_key (your requested API key)

      Could you please give me a sample?

      Thanks!

    • Hi,

      you must first install a Wookie Server. Just go to the website www.getwookie.org, there you will find information how to setup a Wookie Engine. If you develop on your local machine, your Wookie Engine will probably run on http://localhost:8080/wookie. That is the URL you have to enter for the first variable. By navigating to your Wookie web-interface with a browser you can reqeust a new API-key for your application. Do that - it will get emailed to you and you can enter the key in the second variable of the plugin. That's it, now you can activate your Wookie widgets by dragging a wookie widget to your Elgg dashboard and select the widget you want to display.

    • @Bernhard Hoisl

      Thanks for your reply, I will try.

      Merry X'mas.

      Best regards!