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Re : User Admin - Gui
« Réponse #15 le: 09 avril 2013 à 06:48:51 »
Hi,

This is a very good idea indeed! While reading the thread I added a comment to the bugzilla where you pointed to, in order to "refresh" a bit this bug report.

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« Réponse #16 le: 09 avril 2013 à 07:15:05 »
Any chance the userdrake program can fit in a deb package ?

I downloaded the source rpm package and am looking at it. It's 1099 lines of perl code, so a good perl programmer should be able to modify it to work. Looking at the beginning of the code, it's calling ugtk2, which is actually the file /usr/lib/libDrakX/ugtk2.pm, Perl5 module source. But, a perl programmer I'm not. I'll be glad to experiment when I've finished 2 other projects.


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« Réponse #17 le: 09 avril 2013 à 07:27:22 »
Ideally our distros should all have draktools to gather all the hardware config, and the Synaptic and Software Center tools to manage and select the packages, whatever archive type are the packages. \o/

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« Réponse #18 le: 09 avril 2013 à 22:33:12 »
I downloaded the source rpm package and am looking at it. It's 1099 lines of perl code, so a good perl programmer should be able to modify it to work. Looking at the beginning of the code, it's calling ugtk2, which is actually the file /usr/lib/libDrakX/ugtk2.pm, Perl5 module source. But, a perl programmer I'm not. I'll be glad to experiment when I've finished 2 other projects.

thanks for the response.

Hopefully it's just one or two dependencies to check their names,
and one or two directories to check their names.   Glad you found it
interesting.

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« Réponse #19 le: 09 avril 2013 à 23:09:50 »
I edited the line 2627 in the file /usr/share/gnome-system-tools/ui/users.ui - changed "vertical" to "horizontal".

Line 2228 could use similar treatment looks like.

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« Réponse #20 le: 10 avril 2013 à 11:16:20 »
Line 2228 could use similar treatment looks like.

I've had a  look at it - it's quite a bit shorter than the main offender, but I can't quite work out its overall height in pixels.  Does it fit on an 800 pixel high screen?  If not it needs to be changed like the main dialog box - it doesn't seem to be resizable on the fly at all.

EDIT - well, it certainly looks OK with the change from "vertical" to "horizontal".  I'll go with that - thanks Patrick.
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« Réponse #21 le: 10 avril 2013 à 20:54:35 »
I've had a  look at it - it's quite a bit shorter than the main offender, but I can't quite work out its overall height in pixels.  Does it fit on an 800 pixel high screen?  If not it needs to be changed like the main dialog box - it doesn't seem to be resizable on the fly at all.

EDIT - well, it certainly looks OK with the change from "vertical" to "horizontal".  I'll go with that - thanks Patrick.

I use alt-left mouse button  and hold and push the screen around.

I've got several programs like that, my monitor is 1024 x 600 but
if I hooked it up to the 19" TV it would probably show up.

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« Réponse #22 le: 11 avril 2013 à 03:02:09 »
I use alt-left mouse button  and hold and push the screen around.

I've got several programs like that, my monitor is 1024 x 600 but
if I hooked it up to the 19" TV it would probably show up.

Hey Patrick, do you want to put that in the "Tips and Tricks" section - it's something I didn't know and it would probably help a number of other people.  Neat.
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« Réponse #23 le: 11 avril 2013 à 04:58:16 »
Hey Patrick, do you want to put that in the "Tips and Tricks" section - it's something I didn't know and it would probably help a number of other people.  Neat.

+1. I was trying to remember that key combination the other day.