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Sent: Wednesday, August 14, 2002 10:14
Subject: TSText Update
I may have missed a response to my last
request for a specific person to be assigned responsibility for the TS Text
file updates. I've checked my Subject lines and haven't found it so I
apologize if the assignment has already been made and my alheimers in kicking
up again. If not, it would help with my confusion now about who to
update and items like Ken's in January such as
"Someone created a really nice TXTest set that
I saw during my demo (LA) there with Chen. It had for example the Next
text in reverse green, better font sizes, etc. Whoever did it did a
really great job. I have my theories as to whom, but won't tip my hat
for fear of being incorrect."
So, to whomever is or is not responsible for TS Text updates. Our
day-long ever continuing quest to get a working demonstration has uncovered
the following for the mystery person:
Next text has
been changed to reverse green for all languages in the TSText pre-release,
which I have provided you with.
1. Most of the CANCEL buttons in
the write-in screens for Vietnamese, Chinese, etc. are in small black
characters, while some, not all of the "record write-in buttons" are in larger
white fonts. They should be made consistent with the larger white.
button format has been brought up-to-date in the languages for which the
translations exist. I have provided you with the language/TSText file
combinations which need to be translated - one the translations have been
performed, they are to be re-formatted to be consistent with the
2. These CANCEL buttons read "CANCEL" in English rather than the
appropriate language equivalent.
3. All buttons should be centered. They are
not in the non-English languages.
re-formatted files I asked you to replace in
4. I know efforts were just made to make the
language buttons consistent fonts and sizes. A rule of thumb is "larger
is better". Font's should be done to maximize button space.
Thanks, Steve K.
Sophia, how is Los Angeles doing on their
update of the files? And who will you be turning in your updated files