TC9.50B4(x86) Dark mode: "File comment" called from "Change Attributes.."

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TC9.50B4(x86) Dark mode: "File comment" called from "Change Attributes.."

Post by *HolgerK » 2019-11-10, 18:20 UTC

x86 version only:
- Files->Change Attributes...
- [more attributes] tc.comments
- press [>>] to open the "File comment" dialog

-> vertical scroll bar is not dark themed

"Files->Edit Comment... <Ctrl+Z>" the same(?) dialog is correct themed.

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Re: TC9.50B4(x86) Dark mode: "File comment" called from "Change Attributes.."

Post by *ghisler(Author) » 2019-11-11, 11:30 UTC

Strange, here both are not themed.
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Re: TC9.50B4(x86) Dark mode: "File comment" called from "Change Attributes.."

Post by *HolgerK » 2019-11-11, 22:26 UTC

Maybe i used the wrong wording "themed".
What i meant was that the dark colors are not applied to the scroll bar of "edit comment"-dialog if its called from the 32 Bit TC "Set attribute-> plugin tc.comment" [>>]-Button:

http://holgerk.drivehq.com/TC9.50Beta/SetAttribEditComment(TC9.50,x86,beta4).png

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Re: TC9.50B4(x86) Dark mode: "File comment" called from "Change Attributes.."

Post by *petermad » 2019-11-11, 22:44 UTC

Confirmed for TC 9.5b4 32bit version under windows 10 - and in both 64bit and 32 bit TC 9.5b4 under Windows 7
"Files->Edit Comment... <Ctrl+Z>" the same(?) dialog is correct themed.
Not under Windows 7 in TC 9.5b4 32- and 64bit - here the scrollbar is white too.
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Re: TC9.50B4(x86) Dark mode: "File comment" called from "Change Attributes.."

Post by *ghisler(Author) » 2019-11-12, 20:12 UTC

Unfortunately I had to remove the vertical scrollbar from this edit box completely for dark mode. You can still go through a big comment manually then, but not scroll with the mouse.
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Re: TC9.50B4(x86) Dark mode: "File comment" called from "Change Attributes.."

Post by *petermad » 2019-11-13, 23:22 UTC

Unfortunately I had to remove the vertical scrollbar from this edit box completely for dark mode. You can still go through a big comment manually then, but not scroll with the mouse.
Confirmed that vertical scrollbar is now removed in dark mode for both 32bit and 64bit TC 9.5b5 (Windows 7 and 10)
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Re: TC9.50B4(x86) Dark mode: "File comment" called from "Change Attributes.."

Post by *DrShark » 2019-11-14, 11:49 UTC

ghisler(Author) wrote:
2019-11-12, 20:12 UTC
Unfortunately I had to remove the vertical scrollbar from this edit box completely for dark mode
I hope it's a temporary solution, because the white scollbar in dark mode is better than no scrollbar at all.
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Re: TC9.50B4(x86) Dark mode: "File comment" called from "Change Attributes.."

Post by *ghisler(Author) » 2019-11-15, 14:53 UTC

It's a bug in Windows 10 1809 - there the scrollbar should remain. It's as designed for older versions. I cannot draw the scrollbar myself there because it would interfere with the editing function.
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Re: TC9.50B4(x86) Dark mode: "File comment" called from "Change Attributes.."

Post by *HolgerK » 2019-11-17, 19:53 UTC

The scroll bars removal is also applied for TC95.0B5x64 W10-1903 (where this bug was not present in B4x64).
Still the question why does the "File comment" dialog (Ctrl+Z) shows correct dark scroll bars in both version and the "File comment" dialog called from "Change attributes-plugins tc.comment" shows a bright scroll bars in x86-version.
Isn't it the same dialog?

If the scroll bar can not be owner drawn in x86, would it be possible to implement an auto hide feature (like in file panel)?
This way the bug would only be notable if the number of comment lines exceeds 14-18 lines (depending on dialog font size).

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Re: TC9.50B4(x86) Dark mode: "File comment" called from "Change Attributes.."

Post by *ghisler(Author) » 2019-11-18, 11:46 UTC

Still the question why does the "File comment" dialog (Ctrl+Z) shows correct dark scroll bars in both version and the "File comment" dialog called from "Change attributes-plugins tc.comment" shows a bright scroll bars in x86-version.
Isn't it the same dialog?
It is, and they look the same here.
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