[Greasemonkey] small bug: ok button positions

Aaron Boodman zboogs at gmail.com
Tue Apr 12 12:07:01 EDT 2005


Yeah it's (and the bug with it not doing anything when you hit 'enter'
or 'esc') are caused basically because I'm not using the built-in
dialog control.

I had a hard time getting it to work when I first build it, but I'll try again.

On Apr 12, 2005 10:33 AM, Evan Martin <evan.martin at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Windows the OK button's on the left, while on Macs it's on the right*.
> On Linux, KDE follows the Windows convention and GNOME follows the Mac
> convention.
> 
> Mozilla is somehow figuring out what the right order is for me.  The
> Open file dialog, which is still the XPI version and not a native one,
> has the OK button in the right place.  (My Firefox at home somehow
> uses native GNOME file open dialogs... not quite sure how that works,
> but it's pretty slick.)
> 
> But on both my work and home computers, Greasemonkey is in Windows
> order -- backwards.
> I click the wrong button almost every time I open the dialog.  :)
> 
> * It's not so much "OK" as it is "default action" but you get the
> idea.  And I imagine these are reversed in RTL locales. :P
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