It would be great if the toolbox pop up window (as I call it but if you programmers have a special name for it I would be glad to know) comes forward and can be readible instead of being behind the anchor line.
Thank you Heman,
Did you mean 12.1.1 ? Or did you mean it for Windows? Cos these screenshots are from 12.1 Mac
Attaching another 2 shots of few minutes ago
Also here is another strange thing, if the cell does not contain anything, JMP skips to the next cell with value and puts it into not the relevant column name but to the skipped one. If you check the first screenshot with review number 241 here is the data row:
As you will notice the "REVIEWER" should be displayed as "Evrim G" but instead (because of the first 2 columns being without any data) it is displayed as "TatilSepeti" which is 2 columns ahead, the column "SOURCE". Same for "TRAVELED AS" is "Turkey" but it should be "Friends"..
I figured out by putting a dot in empty cells solves the problem but I guess by nature a blank cell should be diplayed as blank or "missing" when exported to html5... The same goes for JMP also so the strange thing starts with JMP not after converting...
Many thanks for making such improvements that I can share html5 reports with the organisation so sheets,papers are a history .
We fixed an example of first problem in JMP 12.1, and our fix did not depend on Windows vs. Mac. However,
you may have found a different case, because your application requires so much text (a bit of a stress test for us :-).
I will investigate.
This second problem is definitely a bug. Glad you found a workaround for now. Hopefully we can fix both of these in JMP 13.
On the terminology, historically these popups have been called "tooltips". I believe that term originated with Microsoft,
but it is not accurate anymore, because the objects being explained are usually not tools. We also use the term "hover help",
but that is not always accurate either, because on mobile devices, you can't hover. Probably this term is evolving and
will be replaced by something better.
Thanks for reporting this issue. I am happy to say that the cell shift problem has being identified and fixed in the next major release of JMP on both the desktop and HTML5 export.