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Sike
2008-05-14, 10:22
I have had this for a while. I use the sleep function nearly every day.

If the font is set to 'medium' and I press the sleep button, it shows the options (sleep in 15min.. etc) in the small font. If I set the font to large, the options come up in the large font.

kdf
2008-05-14, 10:34
I have had this for a while. I use the sleep function nearly every day.

If the font is set to 'medium' and I press the sleep button, it shows the options (sleep in 15min.. etc) in the small font. If I set the font to large, the options come up in the large font.

Works ok here. Note that the medium size font, "Standard" for SB2/3 devices is a small, all caps font on top and larger font on the bottom. The "Sleep in 15 minutes" messages are always on line 1, so they will show in the smaller font for standard. Large font uses only "line1" so you get the message in the large font.

an applicable open request:
http://bugs.slimdevices.com/show_bug.cgi?id=2478

sleep messages could also be something to consider adding to it.

-kdf

JJZolx
2008-05-14, 11:10
http://bugs.slimdevices.com/show_bug.cgi?id=2478

sleep messages could also be something to consider adding to it.

See comment #6. :-)

Looks like one that slipped through the cracks. Dean gave it the OK for 7.0 but never set the target.

Sike
2008-05-15, 09:21
No really knowing how bugzilla works. Do I need to do anything? Or has Dean read this already?

kdf
2008-05-15, 09:34
>
> No really knowing how bugzilla works. Do I need to do anything? Or has
> Dean read this already?
You need to create a separate login account for bugzilla, but then you can
add your comments and track progress by adding your name to the cc list at
the top right. This way, any new comments are mailed to you, including
any status changes (like targets or when it's fixed).

Dean has clearly looked at what was there. Sleep was not included in that
bit, and Dean's comments mean there is more work before it can become part
of the code. The cracks that Jim refers to would probably be me having
too much of my own work to do lately to go back and rework a very old
patch.
-k