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RE: please test new setup

Only UI problem I saw was on the "Choose a download site" page: "Add" button
overlaps the adjacent edit control.  I think that's due to the theme and/or
the button was too close before anyway.

Oh, found another bullet item for you:

- Get rid of the "Installation complete" dialog box.

Gary R. Van Sickle
> -----Original Message-----
> From: 
> [] On Behalf Of Brian Dessent
> Sent: Friday, May 06, 2005 11:53 PM
> To:
> Subject: please test new setup
> I've committed support for tooltips in setup.  I would 
> appreciate any feedback on the wording of the text, the 
> implementation, or reports of it not working with older 
> versions of windows.
> For most things I use multiline tooltips.  According to MSDN, 
> this requires the common controls v4.70 or greater.  This was 
> first included with MS IE v3, so the only people that this 
> would affect would be those people running windows 95 with IE 
> 2.x.  I can't possibly imagine that there are many people in 
> that situation.  Regardless, they should degrade gracefully 
> (as in they just won't display) if that is the case. 
> And the single-line tooltips would still work for them regardless.
> Currently, I have added multiline tooltips for the Keep, 
> Prev, Curr, and Exp radio buttons as well as the View button 
> on the package chooser screen.  The text explains what the 
> buttons do, more or less.  The clickable hyperlinks also get 
> single line tooltips that show their url.
> Here is an example:
> Again, I'm looking for any kind of feedback about these new features:
> works/doesn't work, bad wording, UI comments, etc.
> Brian

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