BUGS 5.1a SR1: Multiple bugs in Prioritize

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fgh | Forum Activity | Posted: Tue, Sep 10 2013 8:46 AM

1) If I hover over the little arrow in the first box, the cursor doesn't change to a hand, so I can't [usually] click to see the dropdown (sometimes I can anyway, but mostly not):

(The lower arrow works as it should.)

2) This advanced prioritization was opened solely for testing a bug in another thread, so when finished, I tried to right-click to get rid of it:

Easier said than done... One option claims to open the advanced prioritization which is already open. And the other removes the resource from the list altogether. None removes just the advanced prioritization. So I had to remove it altogether, locate it again in Library, and then drag it back to its place in the list.Tongue Tied

The first option should, of course, only look like that when there is no advanced prioritization. When there is, it should switch to something like 'Clear Advanced Prioritization'.

From http://community.logos.com/forums/p/74881/523828.aspx#523828:

3) 'Odd' name in the lower box:

4) That odd name is also cut off at the bottom.

5) "Prefer these resources:" is bold on Windows, but normal on Mac. (Bold is better.)

6) Titles having advanced prioritizations are in italics on Windows, but normal on Mac. (Italics is better.)

And while I'm at it: is there a case for making the advanced prioritizations collapse/expand? I've always found them extremely annoying. They waste space, take time to scroll through, and generally disturb the layout of the panel and the ability to get an overview of one's prioritizations.

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Dave Hooton | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Sep 10 2013 6:18 PM

fgh:
1) If I hover over the little arrow in the first box, the cursor doesn't change to a hand,

Likewise in Windows, but not many arrows on menus change to a hand. Are you using a small font size?

fgh:
(The lower arrow works as it should.)

But note that it presents its options differently.

fgh:
None removes just the advanced prioritization. So I had to remove it altogether, locate it again in Library, and then drag it back...

Just remove the settings OR remove the settings and collapse the box?

fgh:
And while I'm at it: is there a case for making the advanced prioritizations collapse/expand?

After removing the settings you have to close the list and then reopen it just to collapse the box. So, yes, a "collapse" command is worthwhile (auto-collapse in my example is not desirable because I still might want to insert settings).

And there's a case for making the list much more functional e.g. headings to separate categories of resources.

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Dylan Rondeau | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Oct 9 2013 3:35 PM

fgh:
I can't [usually] click to see the dropdown

Clicking the text box area will open the dropdown. 

fgh:
When there is, it should switch to something like 'Clear Advanced Prioritization'.

fgh:
3) 'Odd' name in the lower box:

fgh:
4) That odd name is also cut off at the bottom.

fgh:
is there a case for making the advanced prioritizations collapse/expand?

I have created cases for these to be investigated.

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Dave Hooton | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Oct 9 2013 4:05 PM

Thanks, Dylan.

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Angela Murashov | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Oct 30 2013 2:22 PM

Dylan Rondeau:
fgh:
3) 'Odd' name in the lower box:

This will be fixed in 5.2 Beta 3. 

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Dylan Rondeau | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Dec 18 2013 1:30 PM

fgh:
4) That odd name is also cut off at the bottom.

This should be fixed in 5.2a Beta 1.

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