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Re: Nodoka theme

On Sun, 2007-08-12 at 23:52 +0200, Matthias Clasen wrote:
> On Sun, 2007-08-12 at 23:18 +0200, Martin Sourada wrote:
> > 
> > > - inconsistent radio, check and toggle buttons are not drawn properly
> > > 
> > This might be connected with check buttons positioning issue in
> > firefox's menus, I noticed recently. It slipped because I don't use
> > firefox and in all applications I use it was drawed and positioned
> > correctly.
> Unlikely. I'll attach a screenshot that shows how inconsistent buttons
> look in the default GTK+ style.
I've seen this with my own eyes just before this e-mail arrived. My
bad :)

> > > - fill levels in ranges are not handled very well
> > > 
> > GTKScale, GTKProgressBar or both? It seems there is a small issue in the
> > progress bar fill rendering, but I didn't noticed any issues in GTKScale
> Fill levels in range widgets, not progress bars. This is a new feature
> in GTK+ 2.12, so most themes don't handle it very well yet. You could
> be the first. I'll attach screenshot for this, too.
Oh, and I suppose in the 2.11 devel version in the repos it is
implemented already?

> > > - resize grips other than south-east are not implemented
> > > 
> > Inheritance from murrine. But as I looked previously in the code, it
> > should not be hard to implement. Are there actually used anywhere? I
> > didn't see them in other place yet...
> At least south-west shows up in statusbars in LTR locales. The others
> are indeed very rare, and more of theoretical interest.
Ok, we'll fix this.

> > Thanks, I'll try it. Every test tool is of great help (and testers as
> > well). I hope we'll be granted space on fedora hosted so that we can run
> > some kind of bugzilla to better track the issues.
> Since the packages are in Fedora, you can get components in the Fedora
> product in bugzilla.redhat.com.
I had that though also. I'll probably ask on the test list for help with
testing tomorrow and point them to the bugzilla.redhat.com for now.

> Matthias


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