Internet radio browser GUI for music/video streams from various directory services.

⌈⌋ branch:  streamtuner2

History Of Ticket ba1222fcee29131aa2b23b6a98cd5500343d7d46

Artifacts Associated With Ticket ba1222fcee29131aa2b23b6a98cd5500343d7d46

  1. Ticket change [c8d71c67a5] (rid 4539) by oxoocoffee on 2020-12-03 17:26:15:

    1. foundin initialized to: "2.2.1"
    2. icomment:
      I just installed latest version 2.2.1 on Ubuntu Mate 20.04. I have dark mode enabled and right away I noticed issue after starting streamtuner2. 
      If I select any radio station on left pane, right pane there is a column (2nd) names Station Title. This column has white background and very  light gray text. It makes it very hard to read. How do you attach screen shot?
      Is there a work around this UI issue.
    3. login: "oxoocoffee"
    4. mimetype: "text/x-markdown"
    5. private_contact initialized to: "e865ca3e662a66e475a7320f3e0a45bb9e1a0634"
    6. severity initialized to: "Severe"
    7. status initialized to: "Open"
    8. title initialized to: "UI colors bug on Ubuntu Mate 20.04 Dark"
    9. type initialized to: "Code_Defect"
  2. Add attachment "Streamtuner2-UI.png" [c164a223f4] (rid 4541) by oxoocoffee on 2020-12-03 17:28:11.

  3. Ticket change [b824cf88a1] (rid 4542) by mario on 2020-12-08 07:09:01:

    1. icomment:
      That's an artifact from the search function. 
      The only way to adapt it right now would be changing line 175:
          row.setdefault("search_col", "#ffffff")
      Unfortunately there's no fallback onto the default theme.
      In previous attempts it wasn't possible to use "transparent".
      Though we could have a config option for this. (More work than editing the file directly.)
    2. login: "mario"
    3. mimetype: "text/x-markdown"
    4. priority changed to: "Immediate"
    5. resolution changed to: "Open"
    6. severity changed to: "Cosmetic"
    7. status changed to: "Verified"
  4. Ticket change [cc8107cd39] (rid 4543) by mario on 2020-12-08 07:14:38:

    1. icomment:
      One some Gtk versions you an just set it to an empty string.  
      That would only yield an occassional **GtkWarning: Don't know color ''**. It might be more bugprone for Gtk3 setups however.
    2. login: "mario"
    3. mimetype: "text/x-markdown"