Hi Ricardo, hi Frank!
Am Freitag, den 23.09.2011, 23:38 +0200 schrieb RGB ES:
2011/9/23 frankt <email@example.com>
Is the discussion or proposal closed?
AFAIK, the discussion is not closed. Maybe forgotten, but not closed ;)
Yep, I think so, too. Do you know whether there is any bug report about
that behavior, so that we can add the discussion results that time?
An "Expand All" option and a "Collapse All" option
would fix the issue, as far as I am concerned. It's actually much faster to
scroll down and up the nagivator screen than to click, click, and click. Of
course, a better visual implementation would be welcome (as suggested by C.
It was about that?
What have been the answers from the developers?
I do not know if this was discuss on the dev mailing lists, but there is no
activity on the issues.
True, I think nobody pinged the developers on that - but the most simple
case is to open an issue for that. So, is there one? If not, Frank,
could you open one and ping the list again (stating the bug number)?
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