GPGPreferences: System Preferences Section Title

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Mark Stenglein

20 Sep, 2017 01:54 AM

Currently, because the title of the section in System Preferences for GPG is called “GPGPreferences” (all one word), the text does not wrap properly and overflows into the buffer zone between the icons in System Preferences.

It’s not urgent, but it breaks from the general cleanliness of the macOS UI.

Perhaps set it to “GPG Preferences” to allow the text to wrap?

macOS           10.12.6     16G29
GPG Suite       2017.1b3    1812    (d43863c)
GPGMail         2.7b3       1215    (d0b5fa0)
GPG Keychain    1.3.3b2     1271    (028a4a2)
GPGServices     1.11        916     (872e77d)
MacGPG2         2.0.30-1b2  887-    (4912d26)
GPGPreferences  2.0.2b3     927     (641418e)
Libmacgpg       0.7         782     (536bf51)
pinentry        0.9.7       4       (b75069d)
  1. 1 Posted by Mark Stenglein on 20 Sep, 2017 06:28 PM

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    Here's a screenshot of what I'm talking about. Notice how it very nearly clips on the "Wacom Tablet" preference icon.

  2. Support Staff 2 Posted by Steve on 21 Sep, 2017 11:14 AM

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    Hi Mark,

    welcome to the GPGTools support platform. Sorry you are having problems using GPG Suite.

    This is fixed in the nightly build already. GPGPreferences will be renamed to GPG Suite.

    Could you please download and install our latest GPG Suite nightly build and see if the problem persists. That page also has sig and SHA256 to verify the download.

    All the best,

    Disclaimer: This is a development version which has not been thoroughly tested yet - bugs or crashes are to be expected. Thanks for helping us test.

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