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- Dec 4 2014, 5:43 AM (237 w, 6 d)
May 20 2015
Fine, this makes it complete.
Sometimes I think, we should just skip all those dialogs and just enable "right click picture" + "Use as Wallpaper" in EFM .)
Mar 25 2015
In this case I would like to see some char input sensitive pop down menus. I often feel overwhelmed by those large lists of data. Reminds me of spreadsheets. I think , it's worth to think of places in E where smarter widgets are possible.
Feb 23 2015
I can confirm this. Same setup Arch Linux E19.2.
Jan 10 2015
Jan 5 2015
Can you please list the steps to reproduce the error?
Dec 29 2014
The idea is to add a "simple" Send button which sends the current user's settings in a smart way to us. Then we can analyse which settings users often change (diff?). Possibly we see, that users only use 13% of all settings offered. Following that, we can better plan a new UI around those findings. Sure, this needs some dev resources for automatically storing and diff-counting those changes. As this is a bit off-topic here, it's good to open a new task for this. I can imagine, by pressing teh Send button, E packs the user's settings into a tar.gz and opens the browser with a link for uploading (git/phab/https-upload?) this file.
Dec 28 2014
The preview is better on the right side cause it's intuitive to see the result of changes to the right (reading direction). On the other hand, why do we need a preview at all? The whole desktop a perfect preview area :) Virtual desktop dimensions could easily be two number input fields. Saves development resources and is well working with small resolutions, too. The vertical order of Virtual Desktop Settings is working quite well IMHO.
- To improve Settings window we should write down all currently offerend categories, settings and options into a (markdown) document and then find ways to recategorize everything before we think of GUI redesigns?! It is important to find a logical/intuitve top down way of navigating all offered settings. Maybe devs can help with automatically genearate that document by using existing source code structure?!
- Another idea is offering two settings modes one for E beginners and another on for advanced E users.
- How about implementing a small "Help E and send in my settings for development" button and analyse which settings/options users actually change and how often which settings were changed.
Dec 18 2014
It looks like, there are two independent issues with Firefox and Firefox Developers Edition and CSFR token. With FFDev I can't even login without getting error message (Addons disabled):
**Unhandled Exception ("AphrontCSRFException")** You are trying to save some data to Phabricator, but the request your browser made included an incorrect token. Reload the page and try again. You may need to clear your cookies. This was a Web request. This request had an invalid CSRF token.
With normal Firefox the Token got lost as @epriestley said. This might be because my wifi connection. Besides those personal issues. Is there a way for us to 'warn' users sending bugreport while using Wifi connections, that they better save their work before they press the "Send" button?
Dec 16 2014
Dec 15 2014
Dec 11 2014
Well, you just have to set it once ;)