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Possible workaround for https://github.com/jupyter/notebook/issues/699 #429

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jfbercher commented Dec 6, 2015

This is a quick workaround for toc extension, since the jupyter/notebook#699, "Auto-Scrolling/Jumping to Previous Location Link" renders the toc extension quite unusable #424. The issue only affects Chrome/Chromium. The workaround consists in issuing a $.ajax(), which if I understand well, resets the queue of ajax requests. The suggestion comes from @jhamrick in the discussion referenced above. This is called, after a small delay, after each click on a link in the toc window. It seems to work (at least for me); hope it will also for others.

Workaround for jupyter/notebook#699
This is a quick workaround for jupyter/notebook#699, Auto-Scrolling/Jumping to Previous Location Link which renders the toc extension quite unusable #424. The issue only affects Chrome/Chromium. The workaround consists in issuing a $.ajax(), which if I understand well, resets the queue of ajax requests. The suggestion comes from @jhamrick in the discussion referenced above. This is called, after a small delay, after each click on a link in the toc window.  It seems to work (at least for me); hope it will also for others.
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juhasch commented Jan 12, 2016

Let's see if it helps others too.

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@juhasch juhasch merged commit c57612a into ipython-contrib:master Jan 12, 2016

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NicolasWoloszko commented Nov 30, 2016

Hi
Thanks for this extension.
One problem : in the html export, toc2 automatically numbers the elements of the toc, even though this parameter is desactivated in the settings.

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jcb91 commented Nov 30, 2016

Hi @NicolasWoloszko, this looks like it belongs in a new issue, if you'd like to open one?

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NicolasWoloszko commented Nov 30, 2016

Sure thing

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jcb91 commented Nov 30, 2016

for the record, new issue is #808

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