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Re: ServiceInfo Extended PID info #61 jpuigs

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Posted 22 December 2018 - 17:29

Sanity check done.

 

 

Agree, wrap text if it doesn't fit. I don't like the idea of having a horizontal scrollbar.

 

I never said anything about a hor. scroolbar.

 

 

 

Your solution breaks the alignment of the information and so make the screen less nice looking and it is just a "work around" since you will always find URLs that are too long to be displayed on just one line.

 

.… and the HBB bottom line doesn't break aligment ??  It's one line like the one I proposed.

 

In order not to "break" this aligment, URL single line could be located at the top of screen, above Service Name.

Of course I'll always find few URLs that are too long, but Will be less than  the cuirrent situation.

 

 


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Re: ServiceInfo Extended PID info #62 jpuigs

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Posted 22 December 2018 - 17:35

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Re: ServiceInfo Extended PID info #63 Pr2

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Posted 22 December 2018 - 18:51

Sanity check done.

 

 

Agree, wrap text if it doesn't fit. I don't like the idea of having a horizontal scrollbar.

 

I never said anything about a hor. scroolbar.

 

 

 

Your solution breaks the alignment of the information and so make the screen less nice looking and it is just a "work around" since you will always find URLs that are too long to be displayed on just one line.

 

.… and the HBB bottom line doesn't break aligment ??  It's one line like the one I proposed.

 

In order not to "break" this aligment, URL single line could be located at the top of screen, above Service Name.

Of course I'll always find few URLs that are too long, but Will be less than  the cuirrent situation.

 

No it doesn't break the alignment since it is on another place on the screen. ;-)

So yes placing it in the bottom is nice.

 

Anyway, a renderer to allow multiplelines would be a nice to have.


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