all these values seem rather specific.
They are all hardcoded, aren't they?
What about putting some of them on the gimprc file, even if there is
no UI to get to it? So we could study some different values for them,
maybe getting to more pleasant defaults.
The last comment on the bug says:
"Closing as FIXED since we can't do much about that: if the user
insists on having tool options in the toolbox, she either
has to make it wider or live with that scrollbar."
This should not be blamed on the user since it is the default setting
on the GIMP. I guess people could use the program through months,
even years, without realising that the tool options could be
dettached from there.
On Thursday 23 September 2004 03:22, Alexander Rabtchevich wrote:
> I'm using small theme on Windows, Russian interface.
> English is one of the "shortest" languages. The same string in
> English is shorter than in Russian and (as I remember) German is
> even "fatter". But the problem isn't only in string widths. The
> problem is in the width of the controls.
> The problem can be solved by proper formatting and positioning of
> the controls. Look at the text toolbox (Windows, Russian). All the
> edit controls are aligned right to the widest control caption. Ok,
> it looks good. By why on the Earth the colour selector, the shift
> edit and the line spacing edit are 335 points width each? The
> units selection control is 125 points width. The font size control
> is 227 points width. I think it's some mistake.
> The checkboxes are aligned left to the left position of the edit
> controls. If they would be aligned to the left of the window along
> with the narrowing of the edit controls, the window could be 2
> times narrower without any changes in GTK.
> David Neary wrote:
> > Hi,
> > Alexander Rabtchevich wrote:
> >>Are there any plans of fixing the bug
> >>in 2.2?
> > Given that the bug is marked as FIXED? I doubt it. It won't show
> > up in any of the bugzilla queries which people generally sue to
> > generate such lists.
> > If you feel that resolution is incorrect, you should re-open the
> > bug, explaining what the problem is. Or better yet, open a new
> > bug, referencing that one.
> > Cheers,
> > Dave.
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