Upon a successful webapp installation, we want to display a notification that an app has been installed. On the notification we display the app icon given to us, which can have any size, thus leading to an amusing result: http://i.imgur.com/kNjdd.png Dão, how should this be handled? can I add a max-width/height 32x32 (or 48x48) on #alertImage in alert.css? .alertImageBox has a min-width/height but I don't understand why
Flagging for tracking-firefox16 and k9o - this bug's implementation blocks the implementation of a k9o blocker for providing feedback on post-install, which therefore makes this a blocker.
This doesn't appear to be a blocker for this feature in FF16 (separate from k9o), so no need to track. We'd definitely consider taking an uplift if/when ready, however.
Set max-width/height to 48px
Assignee: nobody → felipc
Status: NEW → ASSIGNED
Attachment #639830 - Flags: review?(dao)
hmm, perhaps it should have space around it, instead of being jammed against the top and bottom borders?
(In reply to Dan Walkowski from comment #5) > hmm, perhaps it should have space around it, instead of being jammed against > the top and bottom borders? Makes sense to me. Probably a little bit of padding could help improve the look and feel a bit.
Let's leave that for a follow-up though as we'll probably do more fine tuning on the notification appearance. And use this bug only for the necessary part to land the feedback notification, i.e. enforcing a maximum size for the icon.
Target Milestone: --- → mozilla16
Status: ASSIGNED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 7 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
Whiteboard: [Desktop WebRT], [qa+] → [Desktop WebRT], [qa!]
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