[icedtea-web] RFC: Minor fixes to ALACA dialog

Jiri Vanek jvanek at redhat.com
Mon Mar 31 13:53:20 UTC 2014

On 03/28/2014 11:23 PM, Omair Majid wrote:
> Hi,
> The attached patches does some minor tweaks to the ALACA dialog.
> 1. The word 'codebase' is removed. It seems redundant; the text reads
> about as well without it.
> 2. The list of urls is now enclosed within a html unordered-list
> element. Not enclosing it makes the parser think that the last list
> element is not terminated and causes the text after the list ("Are you
> sure...") to be indented.
> I am also thinking of making more changes, but I would like some
> feedback before doing those:
> I would also like to reword the dialog some more to something like this:
> '''
> The application 'Foo' from 'Bar' uses resources from the following urls:
> - http://example.com
> - http://example.org
> Are you sure you want to run this application?
> '''
> I am not sure the ALACA reference that is currently present is adding
> any more information. It may not have any meaning to users.
> Also, would it make more sense to change the "For more information"
> links to read "Manifest Attributes" and "Preventing RIAs from Being
> Repurposed" rather than the raw html links? At least for me, the links
> are so wide that they do not fix in the dialog and get cut off.
> Thoughts?
> Thanks,
> Omair

Yes. This is ok to go. Also I'm for the compression  of  info attribute. I think it is more wide 
spread. Then jsut in alaca.

Feel free to incclude, do as another changeset or keep it as leftover.

If it will be fixced, I will adapt the CZ tranlastion accrodingly.

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