The ViRR solution provides a published digital collection and a cooperative working environment for various artefacts of the legislation in the period of the Holy Roman Empire.
This page gives a short overview of all ViRR functionalities. For further support, please check our support page.
- Browse works (multi volumes and volumes) of the ViRR collection
- Browse a single work
- by navigating through the scans ('Go to' functionality, next, previous etc.)
- by navigating through the table of contents
- Configurable Workspace
- View/Hide scan
- View/Hide metadata
- View/Hide table of contents
- Configurable table of contents
- View/Hide pages
- View/Hide structural element
- Expand/Close tree
- Show tree level from xy to xy
- Bibliographic metadata
- Filter workspace for ToC states (Released, Under Rework)
- Free text, Arabic, Roman
- Auto paginate
- Table of contents
- Add/ Delete structural element
- Move structural element
- Assign pages to structural element
- Remove all pages of a structural element
- Edit metadata of a structural element
MPDL internal administrative solution.
- Creation of ViRR users
- Editing of the ViRR user details
- Email Address
- User Name
- Deactivation of a ViRR user
- View work in DFG-Viewer
- Display metadata in ISBD style
- Different ToC status (pending/released)
- Multilingual (english/ german)
- Context sensitive help
For upcoming Features please check the scope page.
All scans within ViRR are available in 3 different Formats (thumbnail resolution, web resolution and full resolution) for the detailed information about the sizes please visit the page Interface Concept: ViRR Image Size.
We recommend to use the Firefox browser for the ViRR application. Although the application is tested and works in various browsers, Firefox was identified as the most stable and fastest browser.
- When moving structural elements in the TOC tree of the Editor Workspace, the Internet Explorer does not refresh the page when an element is moved to the first or the last position on a level. This seems to be bug of the Internet Explorer, not working correctly with Trinidad elements and therefore can not be fixed.