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[Bug 233347] opensuseupdater: the info popup-window violates desktop settings
  • From: bugzilla_noreply@xxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 22 Feb 2007 08:39:51 -0700 (MST)
  • Message-id: <20070222153951.2ADEC25C887@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

bluedzins@xxxxx changed:

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Resolution|INVALID |

------- Comment #4 from bluedzins@xxxxx 2007-02-22 08:39 MST -------
> Max/Min to the right?

Yes -- if it is scalable. Close widget to the left (i.e. according to the


OSU popup? Oh, I see, it is radiobutton then, right? Come on... I, and any
user, don't care if you call window API or draw it pixel by pixel. In visual
terms it is a window.

I set close button on the left and when I see ~window, I expect to see close
widget on the left.

> Did you already complain for the popup you get when konqueror blocks a
> malware js autoopen?


> The right fix is to implement KNotify, then you can set the notify to a
> modal
> window that you will need to press OK to get rid of. That will come later.

>From my point of view (user), is following settings -- so if you want to try to
use close widget, please, put in on...

Oh, good point indeed -- why did you put it on the right? Why not on the left
bottom? Why not in center of the window? Why not shape of the circle?

Because it is easiest to do to assume that everybody use the same settings.

And if there is ANY reason to hardcode it to the right, there is exactly the
same perfectly good reason to check the settings first. Is there any harm in

And note that drawing close widget does make sense only for ~windows -- not for
radiobuttons, not for menus. So the settings really says -- "if you use close
widget put in on the left". And OSU doesn't listen.

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