Re: [Epiphany] Gtk Certificate Dialogs

Hello Crispin,

On Thu, 28 Aug 2003, Crispin Flowerday wrote:

> Any comments are appreciated, especially HIG problems, bad wording,

I have a few small comments:

- Isn't the "corner arrow" icon reserved for the 'OK' button? Otherwise it
could be used for just about any affirmative button.
- According to the HIG, a 'Cancel' button should only be available in
response to a user action. It is debatable whether loading a secure page
prompting a SSL dialog can be defined as a user action, since the user
obviously couldn't know in advance that the certificate may be incorrect.
I'd suggest [Decline] and [Accept] instead.
- 'Ask your system administrator for assistance' can be pretty much a
dead-end message when the user is using his home PC and hence *is* the
- Please use the same date format everywhere (preferably from the system
settings.) Right now you have 'Aug 2 2003' and 'Thu 28 Aug 2003'.
- Tough question: should the default button be 'Accept' when the user is
about to load a page where his data might be intercepted? Also if that is
a extremely remote possibility?


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