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Raised when plugin widget is out of placeholder boundaries.

src/d/j/django-dash-0.4.4/src/dash/utils.py   django-dash(Download)
from dash.models import DashboardEntry, DashboardPlugin, DashboardWorkspace, DashboardSettings
from dash.helpers import slugify_workspace, lists_overlap, clone_plugin_data, update_plugin_data
from dash.exceptions import PluginWidgetOutOfPlaceholderBoundaries
from dash.settings import RESTRICT_PLUGIN_ACCESS, DEBUG
 
                    return False
                else:
                    raise PluginWidgetOutOfPlaceholderBoundaries("Widget is out of placeholder boundaries.")
 
            # Checking if widget isn't touching the boundaries. Checking the widget height.
                        return False
                    else:
                        raise PluginWidgetOutOfPlaceholderBoundaries("Widget is out of placeholder boundaries.")
                occupied_cells.append(cell_num)
 

src/d/j/django-dash-HEAD/src/dash/utils.py   django-dash(Download)
from dash.models import DashboardEntry, DashboardPlugin, DashboardWorkspace, DashboardSettings
from dash.helpers import slugify_workspace, lists_overlap, clone_plugin_data, update_plugin_data
from dash.exceptions import PluginWidgetOutOfPlaceholderBoundaries
from dash.settings import RESTRICT_PLUGIN_ACCESS, DEBUG
 
                    return False
                else:
                    raise PluginWidgetOutOfPlaceholderBoundaries("Widget is out of placeholder boundaries.")
 
            # Checking if widget isn't touching the boundaries. Checking the widget height.
                        return False
                    else:
                        raise PluginWidgetOutOfPlaceholderBoundaries("Widget is out of placeholder boundaries.")
                occupied_cells.append(cell_num)