From: Nick Kocharhook <nick@ko...> - 2003-11-17 12:50:20
I took a look at some of the work that's been going on recently and
noticed that the new Smileys pref didn't behave quite right; checking
the "Use graphical smileys" button didn't disable/enable the radio
buttons. I investigated and discovered that the checkbox wasn't hooked
up. A very quick fix, but one that laid bare one of the last remaining
inconsistancies in naming: smilies vs. smileys.
Well, now that we've got aSmileys pref pane, I think it's clear what we
should be using. So I went through and changed everything to use the
standard Smileys spelling:
[Nick-Kocharhooks-Computer:~/Development/fire] nick% cvs -nq up
M Preference Panes/Smileys/SmileysPane.h
M Preference Panes/Smileys/SmileysPane.m
M Preference Panes/Smileys/English.lproj/SmileysPane.nib/classes.nib
M Preference Panes/Smileys/English.lproj/SmileysPane.nib/info.nib
M Preference Panes/Smileys/English.lproj/SmileysPane.nib/objects.nib
Of course, I left the actual name of the preference alone; but the
#define got changed.
I didn't want to check this in before getting the OK, as it's a pretty
major change. I've compiled the code and everything seems to work w.r.t.
Good work all! Talk to you soon.
Nick Kocharhook -- <avpx@...> -- Rot-13
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