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Re: [cross-project-issues-dev] IP Logs for Luna are due tomorrow

Given our limited resources, I feel that we've done a reasonably good job with it. If there are areas that we can improve, then I appreciate the bugs.

Yes, it was my intention to make it low profile. Invisible? No. But my intent was that it was something extra for committers and didn't want to otherwise interrupt the general look of the page. I captured this in the documentation. Maybe that decision was wrong and I'm fully on board with trying to sort out a alternative solution.

I'm disappointed in this tone. While I appreciate respectful and friendly ribbing, the tone here is just plain mean. Frankly Ed, I think that I've been very responsive to the issues that you've raised regarding the PMI and deserve a little more respect than this.


On 05/23/2014 12:00 PM, Ed Willink wrote:

Wow! It was almost designed to be invisible. Very successful. raised.

(It's equally 'invisible' on many pages since its an attachment to the lower edge of the browser frame.)


        Ed Willink

On 23/05/2014 07:45, Stephan Herrmann wrote:
On 05/23/2014 08:15 AM, Ed Willink wrote:
On 23/05/2014 01:43, Wayne Beaton wrote:

At the bottom of your project's PMI page,
Which page is that? The main view, or one of the tabs such Edit? For the Project or for the Release?

I, too, never saw it because it's well hidden in plain view:
for me (in FF) it doesn't look like part of the page.
In fact it occupies the area that FF uses as its statusline,
so when you hover over any link, the "tray" is hidden.

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