[Architecture] New installer available GPII.0.3.0-dev.20180813T173350Z.5da2613.feds-audit.msi
steve at opendirective.com
Wed Aug 15 07:15:16 UTC 2018
Wow, congratulations everyone! It really sounds like the GPII is reaching
an important level of maturity.
I'll give it a spin. :)
Sent from my mobile device Please excuse typing errors
On Wed, 15 Aug 2018, 05:22 , <gregg at raisingthefloor.org> wrote:
> Just a big thanks to everyone.
> The demo was a great success. Only glitch I saw was during my demo and
> I went right past it so no one noticed (but some of our team).
> The Project officer pulled me aside and said “I saw the light today. Up
> until now it was always just the first step. Today we say picking your
> settings, saving them, and being able to apply them on another computer.
> He didnt actually get a chance yet himself to try it — the machines were
> all taken by other people. But they will be available all week.
> Below is a link to a recording of my presentation. We also propose a new
> approach and changes to pilot testing as well so you all may find it
> particularly interesting, [It starts with the senior federal officer
> introducing the visit - ~ 10 min]
> The demo was very effective and one of the RSA officials had perfect
> timing with a question/request. I had just finished the demo and showed
> how everything went back to normal when I removed my key — when they asked
> — “what happens if you plug it back in now”. So I did and everything I
> had just done (all very visible) came back - including the language
> change. Perfect.
> At any rate, they were extremely pleased with everything. Our new
> directions I introduced for their consideration are in keeping with changes
> they thought needed to happen. And the demos made it real for them….what
> they had been waiting to see for a long time.
> Thanks again for making it possible - and the late nights (all night
> Javi?) to get it in shape in time for the demo.
> On Aug 14, 2018, at 8:20 AM, gregg at raisingthefloor.org wrote:
> we will do without
> not possible to reinstall on all machines this am
> also\ too risky
> THANKS FOR HEADS UP !
> On Aug 14, 2018, at 6:51 AM, Javier Hernandez <javi at raisingthefloor.org>
> Quick update:
> FYI, the ASTEA team just realized about a problem:
> Here's the report:
> "We noticed that if a user keys in and changes the high contrast theme
> from the QSS, an error occurs in the PSP panel (cannot ready property ...
> of undefined). This happens because the Core returns the
> "common/highContrastTheme" setting back without a schema property and the
> PSP does not know how to visualize it.
> We created a small fix which strips settings that do not have a schema and
> does not display them in the PSP. However, as the demo is today, I am not
> sure whether this should go in."
> Our recommendation is, if you key-in and then you modify the highContrast
> settings, avoid using the PSP since it will be messed up.
> If you think that building a new installer is really worth, just let us
> On Mon, Aug 13, 2018 at 10:54 PM, Javier Hernandez <
> javi at raisingthefloor.org> wrote:
>> Quick update,
>> * Here's the doc with the testing results:
>> * Already have a fix for UIO+ "grey" high contrast themes - can be easily
>> applied in a new installer
>> * UIO+ now support Youtube captions, yay!
>> On Mon, Aug 13, 2018 at 9:00 PM, Javier Hernandez <
>> javi at raisingthefloor.org> wrote:
>>> Hey there,
>>> quick update with this one, fixed the issues with UIO+ not applying the
>>> high contrast theme from the QSS. Now it's fixed but when keying-in with a
>>> user that has highContrast themes on it, they get applied on both windows
>>> and uio+, but the right value is not shown on the QSS. I've looked into it
>>> but can't figure out the best way to fix it.
>>> Also, I noticed that the "grey-white" and "grey-black" on UIO+ now don't
>>> work anymore, IIRC they were all working fine.
>>> Here's the link to the installer:
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