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Hi Heiko,

Thanks for all the pointers. I'm now setting up a fresh VM to go through
the process of building LO, noting any steps that are especially
difficult or not well documented on the wiki.

Then I'll try to update these text strings and let you know how it
goes... :-)


On 29/07/2017 10:41, Heiko Tietze wrote:
Hi Mike,

the infobar is defined in sfx2/source/dialog/infobar.cxx (headers in include/sfx2/infobar.hxx). 
The constructor is defined as

SfxInfoBarWindow( vcl::Window* parent, const OUString& sId,
                  const OUString& sMessage,
                  InfoBarType infoBarType,
                  WinBits nMessageStyle);

meaning you add the infobar text as a parameter, happening in sfx2/source/doc/objserv.cxx with 
AppendInfoBar("signature", sMessage, aInfoBarType) where sMessage comes from sMessage = 
SfxResId(STR_SIGNATURE_BROKEN) which is a constant defined in include/sfx2/strings.hrc - and, to 
cut the long story short, implemented by Caolan on the introduction of gettext() with the correct 
sentence style capitalization.

The button is added to the infobar per pInfoBar->addButton(xBtn) having a text set via 
xBtn->SetText(SfxResId(STR_SIGNATURE_SHOW)); (all in objserv.cxx for signatures). The green bar 
was a temporary implementation by me to show the green color for the success type but I don't 
remember any code for a button, more likely I just overrode another call. But searching for the 
text with returns no result.

Hopefully you now start with your first easyhack :-)


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