Guillaume Lelarge a écrit :
> Dave Page a écrit :
>> On Fri, Jun 20, 2008 at 12:48 AM, Guillaume Lelarge
>> <guillaume(at)lelarge(dot)info> wrote:
>>> Done. I thought we didn't hide UI objects, only disable them, to get
>>> a more
>>> consistant UI.
>> On a single dialogue we disable objects so that dialogue will always
>> have the same layout no matter what server you're connected to. The
>> design from dialogue to dialogue may change as appropriate however.
>>> The button text doesn't please me. Neither do the message box text.
>>> If one
>>> has a better idea, I'll be glad to know about it.
>> How about 'Lock DDL' for the checkbox? The message box could be
>> something like:
>> Locking the DDL will replace it with generated SQL. Are your sure you
>> wish to lose the changes you have made?
>> I can't help thinking that 'Lock DDL' is unnecessarily obscure though.
>> Maybe 'Read only' is better.
> I like "Lock DDL". Perhaps "Read only DDL" would please you more ?
>> In anycase, there are still some sizing issues to resolve - see the
>> attach screenshots for examples.
> It is great on GTK. I really should get a windows build system... and a
> Mac Mini :)
I'm at the PostgreSQL booth, for the RMLL in Mont-de-Marsan
(http://rmll.info). I'm trying the wifi system :)
Here is the patch that fixes your issue on Win32. Works great on Win32
and Linux... I'm not sure for Mac OS X though.
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