Re: New mouse/touchpad test area design

On 30 August 2012 08:14, Matthias Clasen <matthias clasen gmail com> wrote:
> 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

After the docs bugs get tracked, +1 for release team

Javier Jardón Cabezas

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