[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 14760] [Gtk] Using GtkFilerChooserButton for html file controls

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Thu Dec 6 01:41:13 PST 2007


christian at twotoasts.de changed:

           What    |Removed                     |Added
          Component|Platform                    |WebKit Gtk
           Keywords|                            |Gtk
         OS/Version|Mac OS X 10.4               |Other
            Summary|[gtk] Using                 |[Gtk] Using
                   |GtkFilerChooserButton for   |GtkFilerChooserButton for
                   |html file controls          |html file controls
            Version|523.x (Safari 3)            |525+ (Nightly build)

------- Comment #4 from christian at twotoasts.de  2007-12-06 01:41 PDT -------
In fact in HTML this is only one element, which is specified like so: <input
type="file"> So the question is: Do webdesigners usually expect a certain size
for that element or a certain layout behavior? If we were to use a native
widget this would look like only one element in contrast to the usual button
with a textfield or label next to it.

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