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This page describes how to work with the infusion Preferences Framework using grades. It does NOT describe using the alternative technique, schemas and the builder.

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Overview

There are some slightly more complicated scenarios which can't be accommodated using schemas. In these cases, you can define the necessary grades (in addition to your enactors and panels) yourself. These include:

  • root model
  • enactor set
  • panel set
  • template loader
  • message loader

Once these are defined, you can invoke the preferences editor directly, providing these grades in the options.

Root Model

The root model is a grade that defines your preferences.

Enactor Set

The enactor set is a grade that defines the set of enactors you are using.

Panel Set

The panel set is a grade that defines the set of panels you are using.

Template Loader

The template loader is a grade that specifies where to find the templates your preferences editor uses.

Message Loader

The message loader is a grade that specifies where to find the string files your preferences editor uses.

Creating the Preferences Editor

 

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