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Re : Amaya 9.99

From: fwsmail35 <fwsmail35@aol.com>
Date: Fri, 26 Oct 2007 18:58:05 +0200
Message-ID: <47221C9D.5080302@aol.com>
To: www-amaya@w3.org

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> Thank you for the new graphical interface ! I believe these changes will make Amaya more user-friendly. After having tested it, I have some remarks:
>
>   - The menus [Show/Hide toolbars -> Browsing] and [Show/Hide toolbars -> Editing] are a bit buggy. First, these items should be set "on" at initialization. A more annoying bug is that if you set the Browsing toolbar "off"  BEFORE the Editing toolbar, then you will never be able to set both items "on".
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I test the binary instead of the source and this bug does not occur. I
suppose it is because you compile the binary using the last version of
Mesa, but you do not update this file in the source distribution. I can
easily detect the last version of Mesa as I have another bug with it :
graphics are displayed with bad colors.
>   - When you set the option "Tool panel bar alignement" as customizable, Amaya should memorize (at exit) which Tool panels are closed (just as it does in the case of the align left/right mode). Also, the titles of tool panels don't seem to be translated when you change the language (in my case, they are always in French).
>   
These behaviours still happen.
>   - Moving one tab horizontally with the mouse to order documents is intuitive (maybe because it is the same behaviour as other browsers), but it is less clear that you can move tabs to split a window horizontally/vertically. Maybe a tooltip that explains this behaviour should appear when you move the mouse on a tab.
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> Fred

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Frederic WANG
http://www.maths-informatique-jeux.com/international/
Received on Friday, 26 October 2007 16:55:59 UTC

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