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#199 fixed Add "eliding" cut off mode for text labels Thore Böckelmann Thore Böckelmann


Currently too long text labels can only just simply cut off the text to be displayed to fit into the window. Unfortunately this happens without any visual feedback to the user and the cutting process can only be recognized actively by resizing the window and seeing that additional characters occur.


Other GUI systems (i.e. Qt) offer "eliding" which adds en ellipsis ("…") at the end of the text portion which can be displayed at most. Only after that additional dots the text is really cut off.

Enhancement recommendation

Implement this kind of cut off procedure to give the user a visual feedback about some possibly cut off text. The text should be cut off as far as necessary that at least one original character plus the "…" remains visible. If no original character can be displayed along with the "…" then the cut off process should fall back to the current simple cut off approach.

#254 fixed Add MUIA_MinWidth and MUIA_MinHeight Thore Böckelmann Andreas Falkenhahn

It would be great if there was a possibility to specify minimum dimensions for an object. MUIA_FixWidth and MUIA_FixHeight can do this but they are not very useful here because they forbid resizing. I want to be able to set minimum dimensions for an object but still allow the user to increase the dimensions of this object.

For example, one might want to set a minimum width for a listview which will be filled with very long lines of text. Currently, this isn't easily possible. The only way is to override mAskMinMax but this is quite complicated.

So being able to set a minimum width and height would come in really handy. The implementation could be pretty similar to MUIA_FixWidth and MUIA_FixHeight, just with the possibility to increase the dimensions instead of fixing them to this particular size.

#171 fixed Add an "Hide" button in the about window Thore Böckelmann Samir Hawamdeh


In the about window of MUI4 there is a "Show" button that if clicked will open an additional panel showing the external class loaded

When clicked the "Show" button of course will be hided completely

Enhancement recommendation

Would be nice if that panel can be closed aswell by adding a new sort of button called "Hide" or somethings similar that can replaced the "Show" one, in this method users can be able to show/hide the external classes on the fly

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