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|0002090||TestLink||User Interface General||public||2009-02-11 02:05||2009-03-17 15:40|
|Product Version||1.8 RC 4|
|Fixed in Version||1.8 RC 5|
|Summary||0002090: EXTJS tree doesn't show counter colors during execution|
|Description||On line 1559 in /lib/functions/treeMenu.inc.php the create_counters_info function isn't properly setting the colors.|
Change the second parameter to $useColors. This fixes the tree so that it correctly shows colors.
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Subject is wrong, because colors not displayed regards only COUNTERS, as was explained in description.
IMHO using colors on counter decrease readability,
I will open a new issue to add a new config parameter
there is already config:
// ENABLED -> test cases and test case counters will be coloured according to test case status
$tlCfg->exec_cfg->enable_tree_colouring = ENABLED;
I agree with worse readability - but not with solution. We should use different colours
|I want to have possibility to manage colors on counters, in a separated way that coloring of tree leaves (test cases), that why I would like to add new config parameter.|
FYI I changed colors on my install so that they are more readable IMO.
background: #66FF66; /* light green */
background: #FF1583; /* lighter red */
background: #6699FF; /* light blue */
background: #BDAC71; /* light brown */
This could be another possible solution.
Having a separate config parameter such as enable_tree_counter_coloring would also be fine with me.
Whatever we do, we should make sure it applies to the other tree types too since I implemented this the same way it is done for the other trees.
Exactly. CSS is responsible for colours.
|Configuration is responsible of saying if user wants to use or not colouring, and I've said only this, nothing more / nothing else.|
Adding a separate config paramater for the counter colors seems reasonable. However, we should make it clear what the distinction between tree colors and counter colors is. Even I wasn't clear there was an intended distinction because ALL the other trees have colored counters when tree coloring is enabled.
Regardless of what we choose to do, we must be consistent through all tree types.
I was only pointing out color changes I made because you said the current colors decrease readability. IMO the colors I have suggested improve the readability significantly.
|2009-02-11 02:05||azl||New Issue|
|2009-02-11 02:06||azl||Status||new => assigned|
|2009-02-11 02:06||azl||Assigned To||=> azl|
|2009-02-11 02:07||azl||Status||assigned => resolved|
|2009-02-11 02:07||azl||Fixed in Version||=> next DEV - 1.8 RC 5|
|2009-02-11 02:07||azl||Resolution||open => fixed|
|2009-02-11 02:07||azl||Note Added: 0005377|
|2009-02-11 18:42||fman||Note Added: 0005397|
|2009-02-11 21:58||mhavlat||Note Added: 0005401|
|2009-02-11 22:21||fman||Note Added: 0005405|
|2009-02-11 23:33||azl||Note Added: 0005408|
|2009-02-11 23:34||azl||Summary||EXTJS tree doesn't show colors during execution => EXTJS tree doesn't show counter colors during execution|
|2009-02-12 00:01||mhavlat||Note Added: 0005409|
|2009-02-12 00:20||fman||Note Added: 0005411|
|2009-02-12 00:29||azl||Note Added: 0005412|
|2009-03-17 15:40||mhavlat||Status||resolved => closed|
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