Dave Page a écrit :
> On Thu, Oct 2, 2008 at 12:05 AM, Guillaume Lelarge
> <guillaume(at)lelarge(dot)info> wrote:
>> Dave Page a écrit :
>>> I found a couple of small bugs in the new layout code for dlgFunction:
>>> - The Privileges (and SQL) panes don't size themselves properly when
>>> viewing an existing function, until the dialogue is manually resized
>>> - The privilege checkboxes are touching the role combo box above.
>>> I've attached a screenshot for your amusement :-)
>> I finally found some time to work on this... You'll find a patch
>> attached. It seems to work nice on Mac and Linux. Can you check on your
>> Mac ? Thanks.
>> I would love this to be the solution. This hack would allow us to get
>> rid of the 350 constant in the OnSize method.
> Testing dlgFunction:
> The SQL pane seems OK now, but the privileges pane opens with the
> controls at a minimal size on the parent pane, and the listview still
> has the non-shrinking bug :-(. I've attached screenshots.
> Testing dlgTable, dlgSequence:
> (create mode) SQL pane is fine. Initial size of the privileges
> controls are fine, just the listview bug remaining. (edit mode)
> pgAdmin crashes.
> Testing dlgDatabase:
> SQL pane is fine. Initial size of the privileges controls are fine,
> just the listview bug remaining.
> Testing dlgPackage:
> SQL pane is fine. Initial sizing of the privilege controls is broken.
> The listview bug is not present.
> Testing dlgTablespace, dlgSchema, dlgView:
> Work perfectly :-)
> So it seems like all bugs are fixed somewhere, just not on all dialogues!
It seems I finally get something working. But not yet for dlgFunction.
Can you take a look at it? I just want to know if I haven't break other
things. If it works, I will commit this patch and work on the
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