|Subject:||Re: [Gnumed-devel] Release Candidate 1.3.rc2|
|Date:||Fri, 21 Dec 2012 03:45:33 +0000|
Also, with respect to the Overview widget where -- in the lowest left cell -- one can input an interval value with which to
limit to last
a summary of the activity, I had described how (at least on Mac OS using X11 to run GNUmed) some values will not trigger the phrasewheel, whereas others will. A good example is that if I input
the phrasewheel offers me nothing, and if I hit "enter" there is no response. However, if I input
then I am auto-offered in the phrasewheel
and the value is pre-selected, so there is no need for me even to navigate the phrasewheel, I can simply hit "enter" -- see composite screenshot attached.
Accordingly, may I suggest that the tooltip, which currently displays:
Here you can enter an interval (extending backwards from \"now\") within which to show health care activity.
be modified to
Here you can enter an interval (# of days extending backwards from \"now\") within which to show health care activity.
From: Jim Busser <address@hidden>
Subject: Re: 1.2 rc4 bugs in Overview widget > Activity
Date: 14 May, 2012 10:43:20 AM PDT
To: GNUmed list <address@hidden>
On 2012-05-12, at 9:03 PM, Jim Busser wrote:
In the Activity pane,
2) it appears that
is accidentally coded to display the same as "first" (i.e. the oldest encounter instead of the most recent)?
this one is now fixed (nice solution)
1) the "limit to last" filter does not appear to be working for me. Is it active?
this one is not yet working?
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