From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-06-11 09:47:52
Rene Rivera wrote:
> [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:
> >1. Login
> >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
> te issues.
> Which takes:
> 1. Login
> 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
> see everything?
I'll try to create "stored query" for all issues.
> >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.
I'm afraid your browser it at fault here. The documents DOCTYPE is XHTML, so
it should recognize such tags.
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