Align REST API look & feel other openEHR specifications

Description

REST specs should be consistent with other openEHR specifications. Followings should be updated or synced:

  • names, headings

  • page styling (colors, fonts, etc)

  • various page sections (copyright, etc)

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Thomas Beale
June 18, 2019, 2:16 PM

that's funny because we all have hi-res laptop screens (mine is 3200x1800) and the spec displays properly on those, so I guess it isn't DPI, it's something else?

Could the monitor be mis-reporting its DPI somehow? Or mismatch between actual DPI and what the graphics driver thinks it is?

Could someone with a different laptop try that monitor and see if the same problem recurs?

Ian McNicoll
June 19, 2019, 6:33 AM

Some minor issues with the definitions section but otherwise ok for me -Macbook/Chrome

Matija Polajnar
June 19, 2019, 7:14 AM

I’ve now tried Firefox as well (the screenshot was on Chrome), both on Macbook, and I have the same issue. If I zoom in, it all falls into place, but on default zoom or smaller, things misalign. Other web pages and applications work as expected on this display…

Sebastian Iancu
June 19, 2019, 6:11 PM
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I'll need to replicate thins so that I can find the problem. I manage to simulate part of it by using browser scaling to 50%.
I might prefer to have this as a new (but related) ticket, in case the required change is too complex.

Matija Polajnar
June 26, 2019, 5:11 AM

I created SPECITS-31.

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Sebastian Iancu

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Sebastian Iancu

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