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OK, trivial might not begin to describe this one, but it's a look and feel thing. The location field should have the same 3D graphic effect as text blocks do in web pages.
Eh? The location field should look like an OS X text widget, which it does. It's text fields in content the look crappy, and need fixing.
Status: ASSIGNED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 17 years ago
Resolution: --- → WONTFIX
My guess is this is not the place to hold an argument, so I will only post this one response. Text entry fields in OS X have a nice 3D look to them. The text fields in the body of web pages have that look in Navigator and look great. The location field had this at one point in time in an early build and then it disappeared. Now the location field just has a flat gray border. I think it should have the 3D look of every other Mac OS X text field.
Status: RESOLVED → REOPENED
Resolution: WONTFIX → ---
Simon: I think Albert likes the text fields to have the setBezeled:YES. Currently, in the URL bar, it's NO. Apparently it was YES in an older build. If you wanted to change this, it's a single button click in Interface Builder. I'd submit a patch, but they never seem to work for me with .nibs.
It sounds like that is exactly what I would like to see.
In CHLocationBar.mm, uncommenting the NSDrawLightBezel and commenting out the other code in the drawRect: method looks way better to me. Wonder why it is commented out?
Created attachment 94521 [details] What the toolbar looks like using NSDrawLightBezel() I tried the fix as Max suggested. This actually doesn't work because the following two lines cover up the bezel. [[NSColor colorWithCalibratedWhite: 0.90 alpha: 1.0] set]; NSFrameRectWithWidth([self bounds], 2.0); After commenting out those two lines, I saw that the result, and the best all I can say is that it looks horrible. But,you can see for yourself.
-> WONTFIX There's no real point to this. You can't fix it easily in IB because the location bar uses a custom class (so you can't just turn on the bezel to get it to look right), you can't fix it with code easily, and it just looks like getting it to look like a standard NSTextField is more work than it's worth. BTW, the reason it looked correct at first was because an actual NSTextField was used in prior versions of Chimera, as opposed to the custom class (to get autocomplete to work).
Status: REOPENED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 17 years ago → 17 years ago
Resolution: --- → WONTFIX
vrfy --unless pink, brade, sfraser think otherwise...
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
*** Bug 183287 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
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