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Links in scripting settings disabled #251

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Adurol opened this Issue Jul 16, 2016 · 5 comments

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Adurol commented Jul 16, 2016

Tested: QOwnNotes v16.07.7 (Qt 5.7.0)
Reproducible: always

Description:
Under Settings -> Scripting are two links, one to GitHub Issues and one to the QML examples. Booth are not usable ("on click") if no scripts are added. It's "greyed out" as block, not only the Name and Script path option. After click on button Add script the links become usable (open with Browser).

Expected behavior:
Links should be usable, even if no scripts are present. (To click on the link to get some.)

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pbek commented Jul 16, 2016

Thank you for reporting. The whole pane is disabled, so they are not clickable. Maybe that should be done an other way.

@pbek pbek changed the title from Links in Scripting Settings not usable to Links in scripting settings disabled Jul 16, 2016

@pbek pbek added the enhancement label Jul 16, 2016

@pbek pbek added this to the 16.07.8 milestone Jul 17, 2016

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pbek commented Jul 17, 2016

16.07.8

  • the informational text-block with the links to the examples is now always
    accessible in the scripting settings tab
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pbek commented Jul 17, 2016

There now is a new release, could you please test it and report if the new features work for you?

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Adurol commented Jul 17, 2016

Can open the links even if no scripts are added. Thank you.

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pbek commented Jul 17, 2016

Great, thank you for reporting!

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