[Scribus] Misleading text in the properties palette?
Fri Apr 14 19:25:02 CEST 2006
Am Freitag, 14. April 2006 04:44 schrieb Louis Desjardins:
> >Am Freitag, 14. April 2006 01:30 schrieb Craig Bradney:
> >> On Friday 14 April 2006 01:28, Christoph Sch?fer wrote:
> >> > Hi all,
> >> >
> >> > I thought about filing a bug, but it might be better to hear what
> >> > others think about it.
> >> >
> >> > In the properties palette, there's an option in the shape tab called
> >> > "Use bounding box". To me this sounds a bit misleading since
> >> > "bounding box" is a postscript term, and it could be possible for
> >> > users to confuse this with an EPS bounding box. Does anyone using the
> >> > English version think it's necessary to change the words to be
> >> > non-ambiguous?
> >> >
> >> > I'm curious about your thoughts.
> >> And a better name is?
> >Perhaps "Surrounding box" as in the tool tip?
> Hi Craig!
> Beste Christoph!
> This conversation made me discover that in 1.3.4 cvs it doesn't
> matter wether you pick runaround or not, a text frame on top of
> another always makes the text to runaround. (I think this is a bug
> but I didn't check with previous versions.)
Franz has fixed it :)
> And... unless you have an unregular shape, (or at least not one that
> has four 90 degrees angles) there is simply (and obviously) no
> difference between checking the 1st check box AND the 2nd or checking
> only the 1st one.
Of course it doesn't make any difference if a simple rectangle is in the
frame, but as soon as the user changes the shape,it's a huge difference.
> I guess that it would be clearer to have these 2 sub options indented
> a bit below the main Runaround option. Would be a little more
> obvious, in my view.
Since we have three clearly different options available, it'd be probably more
clear if they could be selected separately, not 2 and 3 depending on
> Your turn! :-)
> ? bient?t!
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