On 18.11.2010 18:16, Stefan.Fuhrmann_at_etas.com wrote:
> Stefan Küng wrote:
>> On 17.11.2010 12:12, Stefan.Fuhrmann_at_etas.com wrote:
>>> Hi there,
>>> I'm using TSVN /trunk on Win7 at the office for a couple of days now.
>>> It seems that almost all dialogs have ill-defined client areas, e.g.
>>> semi-transparent border area extends over much more than just the
>>> Could someone look into this and fix the resources (assuming they
>>> are the root cause)?
>> That's by design. The glass area has been extended in most dialogs, and
>> the controls that are on the glass are drawn separately so they still
>> look good (normal controls don't work on glass).
> Ok. But then we should have some style guide / policy on
> what the glass area is supposed to cover. As of now, log,
> cfm and repobrowser dialogs look quite different in that
> respect. And there seems to be a similar issue with smaller
> dialogs and message boxes.
The glass is extended to the first group box or list control.
And since I haven't found a way to show an edit control properly on
glass, if there's such a control then the glass stops before that too.
That's all the guide/policy that's in place.
>> You can disable that feature in the settings dialog if you don't like
>> that new design.
> I'm all for new, stylish designs. It's just the inconsistency
> that should be fixed by the time we release 1.7.
You have to be more specific. What exactly is inconsistent? What do you
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