Find/Replace layout regressions in 3.0a6 #3213

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benfry opened this Issue Apr 25, 2015 · 4 comments

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benfry commented Apr 25, 2015

Our carefully created Find/Replace window from previous releases:
find-replace

Has taken a step backwards since #3190
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Fixed the bounds, but we're still definitely in the "ugly Java UI" category, which is why I didn't use a layout manager in the past and ran it manually.

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This should be a straightforward project to fix up, please help!

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benfry commented Apr 25, 2015

Fixed the bounds, but we're still definitely in the "ugly Java UI" category, which is why I didn't use a layout manager in the past and ran it manually.

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This should be a straightforward project to fix up, please help!

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Main issues are:

  • Need a little border on all sides
  • 'Find:' should be right-aligned
  • The 'Ignore Case' button should align left to the left edge of the text fields (the other checkboxes can stay adjacent—they shouldn't necessarily be spaced out like they were in the original).
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benfry commented Apr 25, 2015

Main issues are:

  • Need a little border on all sides
  • 'Find:' should be right-aligned
  • The 'Ignore Case' button should align left to the left edge of the text fields (the other checkboxes can stay adjacent—they shouldn't necessarily be spaced out like they were in the original).
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Sorry, i was busy with some college project for my exams.

This is not a issue that is happening on Ubuntu all the time, some time it does and some time the size is ok ( that's why it passed through my testing ). I will try to fix this today.

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Akarshit commented Apr 26, 2015

Sorry, i was busy with some college project for my exams.

This is not a issue that is happening on Ubuntu all the time, some time it does and some time the size is ok ( that's why it passed through my testing ). I will try to fix this today.

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Incorporated for 3.0a7, thanks!

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benfry commented Apr 26, 2015

Incorporated for 3.0a7, thanks!

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