From: Rene Rivera (grafik666_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-06-11 09:33:59
[2003-06-11] Vladimir Prus wrote:
>Rene Rivera wrote:
>> PS. I'm really starting to hate the scarab issue tracker. It's slow, has
>> horrible HTML (my browser paints really bad things), and it's really
>> cumbersome to get to the issues themselves. It takes 4 or 5 slow screens
>> get to the issues :-(
>Hmm... what I usually do is:
>2. Click on "Boost->Build"
>3. In "Select query" menu select "Next Milestone"
>Which take 2 clicks....
In this case I just wanted something even simpler. I just wanted to see all
2. Click on "Boost->Build"
3. Click GO on Mdule queries, as it looks like getting all issues is the
4. Advance Query (was an unexpected screen), I try and understand why I'm
here, hit Submit because it also looks like, after paging through the large
set of fields, the default is to get everything.
4 screens, 3 clicks as you're counting it. Is there a shorter way to just
>BTW, what's your browser?
iCab (latest version) for the Mac in this case. It does rednder fine in
Mozilla. The thing is iCab is fairly strict about HTML. And in this case
it's syntax/conformance checker produces 50 or so errors per page. Most
having to do with syntax like so:
<input type="hidden" name="intake-grp" value="login"/>
That alone generates 2 errors from the "/" at the end.
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