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On Fri, 2014-06-27 at 19:30 +0100, Richard Hughes wrote:
> I think without making the details page in gnome-software resize and
> reflow (which we don't really want to do) we really have to ask for
> 16:9 screenshots. I'm sure we can work on the padding+resizing
> algorithm, as that does some pretty brain-dead things (like resizing a
> 760x431 image to 752x423) sometimes.
:/ I'm really at a loss for what to do here. For some games, I've
placed windows side-by-side, and have a screenshot of them both
together. For others I zoomed in and cropped. Either way looks pretty
A developer tool should be shipped with gnome-software (in a sub-package I guess),
that consumes an uninstalled app-data file (possibly untranslated?) and shows what it
would look like in the full application.
This debug/test tool could be seen as a UI version of the appdata validation tools.
Right now, the test cycle is just too long (or I haven't figured out how to
test those appdata files without actually shipping them in Fedora, or creating my
Does that sound sane? Want me to file a bug?