[Screenshots at http://developer.pgadmin.org/~dpage/Screenshots.zip]
On Thu, Jul 10, 2008 at 1:45 PM, Guillaume Lelarge
> Dave Page a écrit :
>> - There needs to be more of a border around the panes and between the
>> contorls. The controls are very tight to the top, bottom and sides of
>> the dialog (to the extend that the "I'm active" glow around controls
>> is cut off on the top and right hand sides for instance. Similar
>> eclipsing can be seen between controls. We probably just need an extra
>> 2d or so everywhere.
> Fixed on Linux and Win32.
Yup, looks much better on Mac - in fact if anything it's gone a bit
too far the other way. Maybe try 1 or 2d less than you've done. The
SQL tab still needs similar treatment though.
See the screenshots.
>> - When resizing on the definition pane, the height of the list box
>> increases, but doesn't decrease, so if you shrink the dialogue again,
>> the controls at the bottom of the tab get hidden. The same does not
>> happen on the properties page where the comments textbox resizes
> I don't have the issue, neither on Linux, neither on Win32. Can you check
> with this new patch? Thanks.
Yes it still occurs :-(. The screenshots show what I mean.
>> Aside from that, it does look good. Resizing of labels in different
>> languages works nicely, and everything looks nice and consistent.
>> Nice work :-)
> Thanks. But something is bothering me. The status bar on the bottom of the
> window doesn't seem to work on Windows, it seems to have disappeared.
> dlgFunction seems to suffer the same issue but I didn't work on its xrc
> file. And it works on Linux, for each dialog. Can you check on Mac and
It's there on the Mac (in both dialogs). I can't currently run Windows
(other tasks already running in vmware), so cannot test there atm.
A new problem on dlgCasts - the source and target type combo boxes are
invisible unless I resize(!). I only need to enlarge the dialogue by
1px or so and they both magically appear. I suspect this is unrelated
to the actual size, but perhaps we need to kick the sizers after
loading the dialogue to force them to resize everything. If memory
serves there's a recalculate function.
> Sorry for asking you to do so many tests. I really should get a Mac Mini.
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