Patches and a new background png file. Sorry I did comment some stuffs the C++ way, I'll clean code if I had to submit again. Also it lacks conditionals for SMALL_SCREEN devices to not break GUI on these.
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Le 7 sept. 08 à 13:24, Nicolas R. Wadhwani a écrit : > > <URL: http://bugs.freeciv.org/Ticket/Display.html?id=40482 > > > Am Sonntag, 7. September 2008 12:11:47 schrieb FranÃ§ois Marlier: >> -As the SDL version of Freeciv was first aimed at small screen >> devices, I'd felt free to relocate the Message widget in this new >> version as well as making it auto resizing in between the minimap >> widget and the unit info widget. This means, the first time you start >> the game, the Message will fit according to the screen resolution, >> giving you more reading outputs. I have yet to fix it to auto resize >> when you change the screen resolution while in game (you'll have to >> save, quit and relaunch for the Message widget to resize according to >> the new screen resolution when you change it when the game allready >> started, for now). >> >> -I removed the Message widget label bar, finding it useless. This >> also >> allows to give more outputs. >> >> -I also changed the Message widget colors to a more readable one. >> Yellow was not imho really readable on land tiles… Due to the fact I >> choose a dark translucent background (making the widget less >> intrusive) for the Message widget background, I had to create two >> more >> colors for other types of messages to avoid changing ALL the game >> texts to a fainted color (by default, some outputs are colored with >> the main text color). In the end you'll now see 4 different colors in >> the Message widget: >> -fainted yellow which shows clickable messages/your civ turn report. >> -medium gold which shows clickable messages once beeing clicked. >> -redish shows other civs reports and possibly other things. >> -blueish shows yet to find other infos. > > Way to go Francois! > Would you mind posting your changes to the source code as patch/diff > file as > well? If you don't know how you can read on > http://freeciv.wikia.com/wiki/How_to_Contribute (sure there is an > equivalent > of the diff tool on the Mac). That way your changes on the interface > could be > adopted by the SDL client regardless of the platform it is compiled > for. > > Greetings, > Nico > >
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