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0001363aMuleGUIpublic2008-07-25 00:222009-06-29 23:27
Ubuntu 8.04 Hardy Heron
0001363: String not correctly show with windows not enlarged
Hi, the string in the left down corner of the main window, is not readable with a window not maximized
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2008-07-25 00:22jeawrongNew Issue
2008-07-25 00:22jeawrongFile Added: Schermata.png
2008-07-25 00:22jeawrongOperating System => Ubuntu 8.04 Hardy Heron
2008-07-25 09:58WuischkeNote Added: 0002885
2008-08-04 22:09pcmasterNote Added: 0002892
2008-08-04 22:10pcmasterNote Edited: 0002892
2008-08-09 23:49pcmasterNote Added: 0002902
2008-08-09 23:51pcmasterNote Edited: 0002902
2008-08-10 15:47pcmasterNote Edited: 0002902
2009-05-28 21:42MarcellNote Added: 0003150
2009-06-29 23:27sturedmanNote Added: 0003201

2008-07-25 09:58   
Does the same happen with 2.2.1 or current SVN?
2008-08-04 22:09   
(edited on: 2008-08-04 22:10)
In 2.2.1 (at least in my system) the issue remains in amulegui, but is "intermittent": The string inmediately at the right of the "Loading..." is switching continuously two contents: one appears OK and the other with more lenght has the same issue.

Using amuled and amulegui in two sepatrate computers:

amuled in a 32 bit PC (pentium-S 120 Mhz), amulegui in a 64 bit PC (intel core2 duo 6550)

edited on: 08-04-08 22:10
2008-08-09 23:49   
(edited on: 2008-08-10 15:47)
Same problem in 2.2.2, but the two messages of different size appears corrupted. And the problem remains with the window maximized.

Seems the problem is that the status line has more length than the window, and then the messages at the left are writed one over the other.

Seems that depending the servet amule is connected, teh string is more o less long, and then it changes this issue.

edited on: 08-10-08 15:47
2009-05-28 21:42   
The event message at the bottom-left get displayed over the information to the right if the window is horizontally shrunken.

Interestingly there seems to be some algorithm, which cuts of the event message at certain points, but eventually when it can't cut of anymore of the text it remains there and therefore overlaps the other text. Possibly the algorithm that does this is do to the fact that the event message is put inside a textarea, which automatically wraps the words.

One solution would be to make the event message disappear as there is no more room to show the text. This way the other information would be shifted outside of the window, if it's shrunken even more and the behaviour would look natural.

Perhaps someone has a better idea?
2009-06-29 23:27   
There's simply too much information here. Especially with ED2K activated and a long server name.