On Sun, 2012-04-29 at 08:53 +0200, Julien Hardelin wrote:
> Le 28/04/2012 15:22, Marco Ciampa a écrit :
> > #: src/concepts/imagewindow.xml:322(para)
> > msgid ""
> > "<anchor id=\"dotted-lines\"/><indexterm><primary>Dotted lines</primary></"
> > "indexterm><emphasis>Dotted lines</emphasis>:<placeholder-1/> This is a "
> > "feature specific to the single-window mode. These small dotted vertical"
> > "lines, on the left and the right of the image, mark the limit between the"
> > "image area and the panels, from top to bottom. When the mouse pointer
> > passes"
> > "over this line, it turns to a double-arrow. Then, click-and-drag to move
> > the"
> > "limit between image area and panels."
> > I do not see any dotted line in single window mode... is it a
> > reminescent of an old GIMP-2.7 single window test mode?
> The version I used is that of the git repository on 2012-04-08.
> I just installed gimp-2.8.0-RC1, which was released also on the same
> date, and still I have these dotted lines in single-window mode!
I've never seen dotted lines, but there's a thin vertical strip with a
simulated grip half-way down. I think it may depend on your gtk+ theme.
> I use opensuse-12.1 with KDE-4.4.4
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