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Does anybody have any feedback on the latest v2.0.0.x test? What do you think of it? :)

Currently I'm working on it from 8AM-4PM and then again at 8-9PM to 12AM  :type:  :omg:

 

 

EDIT: If you have any feedback about the tooltips or think I should add xyz to a description, please let me know in here. I know Thiersee has some :P

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Overall the new Win Toolkit looks extremely smooth and modern, UI is clean and all required tools are easily to find. Font + Text is the right size for most people to read, colours don't impact on eyes (aren't too bright or dark).

 

Icons/menus are well laid out and categories appropiately.

 

I'll say very good work bud!

 

B. K.

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Thanks for the feedback :)

 

 

Updated first post

If you have any feedback about the tooltips or think I should add xyz to a description, please let me know in here. I know Thiersee has some :P

 

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Looks interesting - only thing I am sceptical about is the shortcorts on top, in the "titlebar" - don´t like them.

 

Please foregive me for being honest... but You asked for opinions.

Edited by sweden8

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At the moment only one:

continue this way, adding lines at the bottom of every section and do not mix up, if you can.

 

I found 1 duplicate:

    <system:String x:Key="FrmMain-00000016">If you don't like installing from DVD, use this tool to make your USB drive bootable. You can

prepare even prepare your USB stick without losing any data!</system:String>

 

Thiersee

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Looks interesting - only thing I am sceptical about is the shortcorts on top, in the "titlebar" - don´t like them.

 

Please foregive me for being honest... but You asked for opinions.

 

Nah, the honesty is fine so no need to apologize.

 

At the moment only one:

continue this way, adding lines at the bottom of every section and do not mix up, if you can.

 

Thiersee

Thanks, fixed. Can't help about the mix up, I'm doing in the order they are specified within the WPF XAML code.

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Hi Lego,

 

I had a suggestion ;).

 

On line 95 (english) you wrote

 

    <system:String x:Key="FrmMain-00000043">Converts *.MSU Windows Update files into *.cab so that they can be integrated. *Can result in quicker integration time.</system:String>


 

I think some people not much familiar with Integration/WTK may understand, they MUST convert .MSU into .CAB.

I would write in the note

 

    <system:String x:Key="FrmMain-00000043">Converts *.MSU Windows Update files into *.cab so that they can be integrated. *

Both .MSU and .CAB can be integrated, but .CAB-Integration can results in quicker integration time.</system:String>

 

What do you think about?

 

Thiersee

Edited by Thiersee

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Thanks for pointing that out. I've re-worded it and made some changes to the tooltip itself.

Edited by Legolash2o

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Another suggestion/correction (more correction ;)):

 

the "Button-text" for step 2 (ISO-Path) belongs to step 4 and the "Button-text" for step 4 (Create ISO) belongs to step 2

 

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Have a look to the tip-text...
 
Thiersee

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on line 158 you have    

<system:String x:Key="FrmMain-00000104">This is basically 'regedit.exe', but with the mounted image registry. You can also import registry files too so your custom made tweaks will be in your mounted image after installation.

CAUTION: Only use this if you have experience with Windows registry editor. This can seriously cause damage!</system:String>

Change to

<system:String x:Key="FrmMain-00000104">This is basically 'regedit.exe', but with the mounted image registry. You can also import registry files so that your custom tweaks will be in your mounted image after installation.

CAUTION: Only use this if you have experience with Windows registry editor. This can seriously cause damage!</system:String>

Lego: Thanks done. Test 2.0.0.10B released

Edited by Legolash2o
Done.

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On line 155

    <system:String x:Key="FrmMain-00000100">The ISO Maker allows you to make new *.iso images to either mount or burn your customized

image. It contains options to rebuild your image to help reduce its size and even supports creating UEFI bootable DVDs!</system:String>

 

May be better

    <system:String x:Key="FrmMain-00000100">The ISO Maker allows you to make new *.iso images to either mount or burn your customized

DVD. It contains options to rebuild your image to help reduce its size and even supports creating UEFI bootable DVDs!</system:String>

 

Thiersee

 

Lego: Good idea, done. 

Edited by Legolash2o
Done suggestion

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Fixed, thanks :)

Not completely ;)...

 

The text in the button too is not OK

 

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Other issues:

 
newline doesn't work anymore, no newline after NOTE & Caution
 
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A little more space for the disclaimer would be good.
 
Edit:
it would be better to keep the same name for the test-version: WinToolkitv2.exe, as in 2.0.0.10 and before, and NOT WinToolkit.exe, as in 2.0.0.10B and for version 1
 
Thiersee
Edited by Thiersee

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Thanks, I've pinned that post in the bookmarks bar so it will get done when I get back home. :)

 

EDIT: What's wrong with the 'Save ISO' button?

 

In the xaml, change the top line:

 

 

<ResourceDictionary xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/winfx/2006/xaml/presentation"

                    xmlns:x="http://schemas.microsoft.com/winfx/2006/xaml"
                    xmlns:system="clr-namespace:System;assembly=mscorlib">

 

to (add the xml:space="preserve") at the end of the first part.

 

 

<ResourceDictionary xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/winfx/2006/xaml/presentation"

                    xmlns:x="http://schemas.microsoft.com/winfx/2006/xaml"
                    xmlns:system="clr-namespace:System;assembly=mscorlib" xml:space="preserve">

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Wrong is in my opinion the text in the button (Picture):

 

in step 4 should be "Create ISO" and not "Save ISO"

step 2 could be "ISO Path".

 

Thiersee

 

P.S.: ****, I destroyed my it-IT.xaml for the italian language :ranting:!

And, of course, NO BACKUP 0045.gif!

It means again from the beginning....

Edited by Thiersee

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Have some personal todo/trouble to fix

After it (i think in 2 weeks) i take care of latest build and reply much feedback. :)

 

I see a german translator is allready found?

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Hi Lego,

 

again issues:

 

1) Line 161 & 164: same title.

 

2) Tab "Tools" field-size: can be to small to show icons, if the text in a field before is to long

 

en-US

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it-IT

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3) the fields "Imaging" and "Converters" are not translated.

 

for the issue 2): can I put "extra" newlines to break the length into 3 lines instead of 2?

 

Thiersee

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Test C released. I will work on the stuff mentioned in your last post #18 now

 

For issue 2, can you please upload your xaml :)

EDIT: Test D released.

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<!--Splash Screen-->

<system:String x:Key="FrmStartup-00000003">Eating Cheese...</system:String>

<system:String x:Key="FrmStartup-00000004">Locating Hamster...</system:String>              what is this?

<!--Main Menu-->

<system:String x:Key="FrmMain-00000003"              missing? disabled? In previous version it was <system:String x:Key="FrmMain-00000003">Go online to get help using this screen.</system:String>

<system:String x:Key="FrmMain-00000072">"Microsoft Wallpapers</system:String>              are the quotation marks necessary?

<!--ISO Maker-->

<system:String x:Key="FrmISOMaker-00000000">ISO Maker</system:String>

                                                                                                                                                is this correct? 2x? Second time with a period?

<system:String x:Key="FrmISOMaker-00000003">ISO Maker.</system:String>

1. On the Main tab a verical scroll band could be usefull.

 

 

I can't fiind (again) the attach button. Here is the new Romanian lang  - http://www.datafilehost.com/d/7777238d

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I will answer them in order.

 

  • There's no code in the splash screen yet, so I just added random status's to show what it would look like. When code is added, they will be replaced with the usual 'Loading Settings...', 'Checking for ABC...', etc...
  • I added that small help button on the other screens (ISO Maker and MSU to CAB), so it got moved to global.

<system:String x:Key="FrmMain-00000003" will be replaced with 'Wincert Forum'

  • Removed the quotation mark
  • Turns it out it's not even used so removed the additional 'ISO Maker.' from the list.

I've added the scrollbar, but it will only show if needed. Thanks for the Romanian file. :)

 

EDIT: As usual, released a new test.

 

You also need to replace FrmMain-00000026 with: (Assuming 'Forumul' means forum) but it's already been done in the latest test :)

 

 

    <system:String x:Key="FrmMain-00000026">Forumul</system:String>

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