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Re: SV: Suggestion for "select all" functionality in Commit dialog

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 02 Jun 2009 19:34:27 +0200

Hans-Emil Skogh wrote:

>>> Also, I must admitt that I find the blue color of the links kinda out of
>>> place. But it might just take some time getting used to. :-)
>> If you don't get used to it, please tell us. I'm not very fond of this
>> either, that's why I had the links first shown in black.
> Black would be my initial choice as well, but I'll give it a couple of
> weeks and we'll see.

I've changed the color now back to black, but the font is now bold so
the links should be more distinguishable from normal labels.

> Another thing about this new checking feature, would it be possible to
> add some form of separation between the words? I keep reading "Modified
> Files" instead of "Modified" and "Files". Maybe adding a comma between
> the words to make the separation more obvious, or a dash or similar?

I've increased the spacing between the links to 9 pixels (7 before).

> On a side note: Does the length of all selection criterias dictate the
> minimum width of the commit window? In that case, could that potentially
> be a problem in some languages that have longer words for these concepts?

I've also increased the minimum width of the commit dialog now.
If that's not enough and the links need more space, they will simply get
moved 'outside' of the dialog. This will look a little bit ugly if the
last link is drawn over the group box - but that's all I can do for now.


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