On Tue, 2012-11-06 at 18:28 +0100, Daniel CLEMENT wrote:
Le lundi 05 novembre 2012 à 11:03 +0100, Patrick Ohly a écrit :
> Are there any other issues people would like to have fixed in a stable
Not much of an issue, but I take this opportunity to mention some
cosmetic flaw in the (French) GUI. It's very minor, we almost never see
this window in case of an auto sync.
I'm attaching a screenshot, here are some comments in case it doesn't
reach the list.
The main title somewhat overlaps the "autosync" checkbox and the
"actions" frame. This can be fixed by widening the window, but it
doesn't remember it's last size.
Agreed, that doesn't look right. I would expect it to use a layout that
doesn't allow elements to overlap. However, I am not familiar enough
with GTK to diagnose or fix this.
This could be fixed by shorter French
translations (Could I help there? -- BTW, the notification messages that
pop up before and after an auto sync are always in English).
Yes, help with translating SyncEvolution would be welcome. It used to be
translated for Moblin by Intel, but that effort is mostly dormant
I wonder whether I can get existing translation efforts to look at it.
For example, GNOME has a section for "freedesktop.org" projects
SyncEvolution did not automatically become a part of that and I don't
know where to ask to get it included, nor how this would work in
While I'm at it, you'll notice that the second
"action" button has
centered text in it, whereas the last one is left-justified.
That looks like an oversight. A "<property
name="justify">center</property>" in ui.xml resp. ui3.xml should
this. Should be doable for 1.3.2 without introducing any risk of
Forgive me for being so finicky... I just think that Syncevolution is
great piece of software that deserves a flawless GUI!
Thanks for reporting these problems! Every little bit counts.
Best Regards, Patrick Ohly
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