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BTW it's certainly about fonts. here you can select whonix_firstrun-whonix-14-firstrun-20180915 from the dropdown above the screenshot (click eye icon at the right) and slide vertical bar to see old and new version.
marmarek (Marek Marczykowski-Górecki):
Is there a reason for fixed geometry of those widgets, instead of letting Qt figure it out based on the content?
Maybe different fonts installed? Is there a reason for fixed geometry of those widgets, instead of letting Qt figure it out based on the content? I suppose there may be more problems like this in the future. Especially if proper HiDPI support will come into play...
I have no idea why this started happening without changes. Perhaps due to underlying libraries changes. Anyhow, fixed in git master.
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This can be easily done. A package with the merging has been tested already.
Dec 18 2017
Dec 7 2017
Could anyone please help me to test if these two pull request will be enough to Integrate anon-connection-wizard into whonix-setup-wizard?
Aug 31 2017
Patrick pointed out:
Aug 29 2017
Great! Please create new tickets for follow-ups or future work.
Aug 28 2017
Consider it all merged, if possible.
Aug 27 2017
Aug 26 2017
- when parsingTorrc() parses a corrupt file, it will get an out-of-bound error, causing anon-connection-wizard can not be started. We need to give up parsing.
Thank you very much for your feedback!
Aug 24 2017
Two screen shots below to disable Tor.
Did you by any chance forgot to add verifications for the port#? I still see non-numbers, -ve numbers etc are accepted
Aug 22 2017
sorry @iry I have been busy lately, will get back to you very soon on this
Aug 17 2017
One small request - is it possible to make the first 4 characters of the bridge case insensitive?
obfs4 188.8.131.52:44514 C52DA34113488533340ECDDBEA7DA4FABEEE7A39 cert=FzzNqEIGM39D3Zb2SdVZFA8K//xx4N82zkmfiWM8MceuChlsNZ9eOSN0jRAjiYR801sAFQ iat-mode=0
as well as
OBFS4 184.108.40.206:44514 C52DA34113488533340ECDDBEA7DA4FABEEE7A39 cert=FzzNqEIGM39D3Zb2SdVZFA8K//xx4N82zkmfiWM8MceuChlsNZ9eOSN0jRAjiYR801sAFQ iat-mode=0
should work. You can handle this in your code by making the first 4 character case insensitive.
Aug 13 2017
My mistake, it was indeed .org.
btw, I now see the url as https://bridges.torproject.org/options, which seems perfect
Aug 11 2017
That is correct. This is how it was showed by the UX team. I think this will be good. All in same page, so validation and other stuff will be quite easy to handle
Thanks @iry for the detail explanation.
Aug 10 2017
I am thinking about integrating three pages into one, which are the main connection page, bridge setting page and proxy page. It seems that this is also the design by TPO UX team.