Fixed by porting it to gtk3 and using GtkSwitch

** Changed in: activity-log-manager
       Status: New => Confirmed

** Changed in: activity-log-manager
    Milestone: None => 0.9.0

** Changed in: activity-log-manager
     Assignee: J.P. Lacerda (jplacerda) => Manish Sinha (मनीष सिन्हा) 
(manishsinha)

** Changed in: activity-log-manager
       Status: Confirmed => Fix Committed

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https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/783566

Title:
  Logging Active confusingly looks like Apply button

Status in Activity Log Manager for Zeitgeist:
  Fix Committed

Bug description:
  The 'Logging Active' button in the bottom right corner is confusing.
  When I tried out the history manager for the first time, I went
  through each tab, and after that intuitively aimed for the Apply
  button - which turns out to disable logging instead.

  If no confirmation is needed for changes to apply, I suggest to put a
  Close button at the bottom. Otherwise I'm struggling to close the
  dialogue.

  And have either a real toggle button to globally disable  logging, or
  call it "Disable logging" to make it clearer what it does. And move it
  into the dialogue content area.

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