Heiko Tietze wrote:
Confirmation dialogs are never resizable on Windows (although I
don''t find a guideline for this statement right now ).
Good point, indeed.
And why should a user want to resize the "Export to PDF" dialog?
See later answers - it now has input fields in the signing tab page,
so conceivably it makes sense now?
It adds a lot of complexity to the dialog since min/max width/height
have to be considered carefully, a grid layout needs to be added,
the properties have to be stored (per user/workstation/company?)
Shouldn't most/all of that come for free now with the ui-layoutet
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