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Re: [GNUnet-developers] Stop/Cancel buttons in gnunet-gtk and so

From: Milan
Subject: Re: [GNUnet-developers] Stop/Cancel buttons in gnunet-gtk and so
Date: Sat, 23 Feb 2008 18:13:24 +0100
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Christian Grothoff wrote:
> [...]
>> In the search results frame, we have Pause/Resume/Cancel/Close. Is there
>> any reason (usability or technical) to use different buttons for Pause
>> and Close? From the user POV, a paused search can be restarted, but
>> there's no need to abort it. I changed Cancel to Stop to better suit
>> Pause/Resume, but this has to be thought more carefully.
> Well, pause allows restart (and only after pause was clicked the resume 
> button 
> becomes visible) whereas close closes the frame (which is obviously different 
> from pause).  Having also cancel (which keeps the frame open but does not 
> allow for a resume) is confusing (but we hand cancel before we had 
> pause/resume).  I think removing cancel here is a good idea (for now I just 
> made the cancel button invisible using glade).
>> BTW, another point about gnunet-gtk: has somebody checked the new
>> connections count and tray icon I coded under Win32? I guess it may need
>> 16x16px icons at least, but maybe it can resize our 22x22 ones - there
>> shouldn't be many problems since it is pure GTK+ code. Is gnunet-gtk
>> planned to be shipped for Windows, or will gnunet-qt replace it?
> I've not checked under W32, but I like the result under KDE ;-).
KDE uses the same icon size as GNOME, AFAIK, so it's normal (though good
to know...). It should definitely be checked on Windows before any
release, because strange issues may still appear. ;-)


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