(sorry if this question was already answered; I suddenly get all the
e-mails of the week... there's a lot of delay in the mailing list)
On Mon, 2006-05-15 at 18:09 +0200, Duncan Lithgow wrote:
> Are there plans for the 'buttons' in the 'Relationships' view to be
> raised from their background when the mouse is over them? (All other
> buttons have that behaviour)
Do you have the latest SVN version (or even the latest snapshot
release)? Because maybe you're talking about this bug:
http://bugs.gramps-project.org/view.php?id=55 which was solved two weeks
> The new relationships view is _really_ useful for navigation. I love it,
> nice work. I've wondered several times if something could be done to
> make this view look more organised. Not because the structure isn't
> logical, but I have found it hard for my eyes to quickly scan to the
> relevant info. What about using the two background colors found in the
> various list views in some way? Or maybe more icons? Visual logic and
> variety, that's what it's missing. A structure of color/shade and icons
> is much quicker to navigate visually than/in addition to the text.
I think the hyperlink model works quite well, but maybe I would be
convinced by seeing it...
On the other hand, if you have a person with 10 brothers and sisters and
12 children, and you enable both siblings and details in relationship
view, things do get confusing.
Currently, spacing between Sibling (or child) A and his details (birth,
etc...) is as big as the spacing between those details and Sibling B.
Therefor I think the spacing between a person and his details should be
Currently, this is the indenting in relationship view.
Visually, it looks as if there are three different levels, while in fact
"Parents" is just the title of the second level.
Better would be:
I'm not really sure about this; my spacing proposal is more obvious I
Michaël Van Dorpe