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Re: pgAdmin III Bugs/Feature Requests

From: Andreas Pflug <pgadmin(at)pse-consulting(dot)de>
To: "Mark A(dot) Taff" <marktaff(at)comcast(dot)net>
Cc: pgadmin-support(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: pgAdmin III Bugs/Feature Requests
Date: 2003-08-14 08:28:25
Message-ID: 3F3B4829.1020102@pse-consulting.de (view raw or flat)
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Mark A. Taff wrote:

>On Saturday 09 August 2003 01:59, Dave Page wrote:
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>>>>I run 1600 x 1280 on a 21" monitor!
>>>>        
>>>>
>>>Hmmm....Am I being a wimp?  Maybe I should increase my resolution....:)
>>>      
>>>
>>Well, 1280x1024 is a bit low. I used to run that on my XT ;-)
>>
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>>>FYI, I am using wxGTK(Windows) version 2.4.  I'll have to compile my
>>>own if I  want 2.5.
>>>      
>>>
>>Ahh, there's 90% of your problems then. wx2.5 has vastly improved sizing
>>code in it. I would seriously consider taking a look - you will find our
>>patched snapshot of wxWindows on our ftp servers. Installation
>>instructions are in unix_compilation.html in the pgAdmin docs.
>>Regards, Dave.
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>>
>
>I changed my resolution to 1600 x 1200, reduced my fonts globally to 8pt, 
>installed wxGTK 2.5, and the text/controls/forms are still sized such that 
>they are clipped, rendering the controls/forms difficult (in some cases, 
>nearly impossible) to use.  Any other suggestions?  Thanks.
>
Mark,

please double- and triplecheck if you're really compiling and linking 
against wxGTK 2.5. This bad metrics behaviour has only been observed 
with 2.4, but never with 2.5. If you look at pgAdmin Makefile, LIBS will 
reference the wx library.
BTW, I'm running 1152*864.

Regards,
Andreas



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