From: David Abrahams (dave_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-09-16 14:24:44
Samuel Krempp <krempp_at_[hidden]> writes:
> le Monday 15 September 2003 17:37, dave_at_[hidden] écrivit :
>> Nice. My biggest complaint with the current format is that when
>> you're deep in the list looking at a particular test's results, it's
>> hard to see what compiler you're looking at. Why not embed fly-over
>> hints which show the compiler (at least on popular browsers)?
>> Another possibility is repeating the compiler legend at intervals,
>> though that might become oppressive.
> When you hover your mouse on Fail or Warn links, you can see the compiler at
> the end of the URL. It means you have to look at the bottom of your browser
> though (I think that's where the mouse-pointed link's URL is displayed, on
> every browser)
> so there might be room for improvements, but it's already possible to know
> which compiler you're looking at.
Only for failures or warning.
> (I like the current state better than repeated compiler legends, for
Not sure what this means.
Flyover hints right under the mouse are easy with IE, though I've
forgotten the incantation.
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