Mailing List Archived Message #196

From: "Alfredo Fernández Díaz" <> Full Headers
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Subject: Re: [lswitcher-dev] lSwitcher-2-93-0-RC_5.wpi
Date: Thu, 12 Aug 2021 15:04:23 +0100
To: lSwitcher Developers Mailing List <>


On 21/07/04 21:34, Gregg Young wrote:

Attached is lSwitcher 2.93 RC 5. This cleans up some formatting and layouts.
It also changes the settings notebook to an Ok/Cancel format.
Cancel undoes all changes made during that notebook session except changes to
the exclude lists. Ok saves the changes.

Help hasn't been updated for this. It has been updated for the new "Widget" page
in the widget settings notebook. Hopefully the new "Cancel" works without issues.

I know I'm late to the party, but I'm slowly catching up...

I have installed 2.93r5 on a number of test systems so I hope any real issues will take little time to pop up. Meanwhile, I have bumped into a couple of subtle / cosmetic things.

First, if I open the settings dialog from the taskbar and do nothing, there should not be a difference between press "OK" or "Cancel" immediately, should it (no changes to apply nor undo)?

As it turns out, if I open the settings dialog, and close it with *Cancel*, then open taskbar menu again, two things are visible in the "cancel" 1 and 2 screenshots I am attaching [be careful with this, I can only reproduce it the first time per boot cycle]:

1) lSwitcher fiddles with the Desktop work area: see the background has moved a bit back up.
2) the popup menu is bolded in the "2" screenshot, which reminds me: the thinner font menu in the first one does *not* fit in with the rest of the system.

Neither of the above happens when the dialog is opened and immediately disclosed with OK.

Will keep reporting as I find stuff.

Attached File:  lSw293r5_cancel1.png (104901 bytes)
Attached File:  lSw293r5_cancel2.png (105777 bytes)

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