Re: New mouse/touchpad test area design

On Wed, Aug 29, 2012 at 2:11 PM, Frederic Peters <fpeters gnome org> wrote:
> Bastien Nocera wrote:
>> I'd like to commit the patches in:
>> Which give you a new design for testing your touchpad or mouse,
>> including scrolling, clicking and double-clicking.
>> It looks like that:
>> and you can scroll up a fantastic balloon string.
>> OK to commit?
> The documentation will have to be updated for this one , in particular
> the "Adjust the double-click speed" page talks about the smiley:
>  "Use the smiley face under the slider to test your settings. A single
>   click will make it smile. A double-click will give it an ear-to-ear
>   grin."
> Btw it's already obsoleted by other changes in the mouse panel, for
> example the face is now on a different page, more importantly several
> pages talk about tabs in that settings panel (both mouse & touchpad),
> ex: "select the Mouse tab."
> I'll wait for a comment from the documentation team.

I've filed a number of bugs against the user guide for necessary
updates to match the current control-center:
682999 	Updates to 'Change the desktop background'
683000 	Updates to 'Automatically lock your screen'
683002 	Updates to 'Change which language you use'
683003 	Updates to 'Use alternate keyboard layouts'
683004 	Updates to 'Adjust speed of the mouse and touchpad'
683005	Update to 'How do I switch off my computer?'
683006 	Updates to the sound pages
683007 	updates to the printer pages

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