UIFe: Checkbox header image is wrong
david.planella at ubuntu.com
Tue Sep 11 14:12:00 UTC 2012
Al 11/09/12 15:32, En/na Daniel Manrique ha escrit:
> I'm writing again to request a UI Freeze Exception for checkbox. Currently
> checkbox in Ubuntu has a wrong header image as can be seen here:
> We'd like to replace it with this, which is present in the development version
> but got left behind during a merge due to an oversight (apologies):
> This new header image works better with the default Ubuntu theme and also takes
> care of usability concerns, where testers were unsure if the "icons" on the old
> header image are clickable.
> No translatable strings are involved or changed; the "system testing" string on
> the right is already in the .pot file and didn't change. Also there's no change
> to checkbox's functionality.
> The corresponding bug report is this one:
> - Daniel
A couple of cycles ago I filed a bug requesting the header text to be
translatable, which was eventually fixed in Checkbox.
I now see the untranslated "System Testing" string in the header again,
even though it is translated in Launchpad. So I assume that this has
regressed and we're back to non-translatable static text (or perhaps it
is a consequence of the of this bug).
Would it not be possible to e.g. reuse the Software Center code already
has for its banners? Visually it'd be identical and the default banner's
text ("Our star apps") on the SC is fully translatable already.
Right now, the "System Testing" text says nothing to non-English
speakers, and it feels a bit out of place in a desktop that is otherwise
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