Startup: Show network/identity settings if no network and/or only a default identity is configured
Present the user with an appropriate config dialog right at startup. Ususally we should have a network defined via networks.ini; but the identity will often be a default one. Maybe mark a default-generated identity with a flag that is reset upon the first edit; making sure that the user has checked his nicknames and data at least once.
We can use SettingsPageDlg with one of the settingspages in it for that kind of stuff.
#1 Updated by Sputnick almost 15 years ago
- Category set to Quassel GUI (Qt)
- Status changed from New to Confirmed
After checking back with seele: We should open the dialog in any case, but only on first run. We should also have a slightly different design for it:
<seele> so maybe still use the Configure Networks dialog, but instead of Ok and Cancel, we have Connect and Close
<seele> OK Cancel are for the configuration dialog, but if you use it as a connect now dialog, the buttons will be different
<seele> it doesnt make sense that OK would connect. you would want a button that says Connect. at the same time, you wouldnt need an OK button in that case, because what does OK do?
<seele> so it's almost the same dialog, but not. specifically it is a connection dialog instead of a config dialol
<Sput> I like that idea
<Sput> take the UI, put it in a standalone container, use a Connect button rather than OK, apply + connect automatically
<Sput> plus a neat little checkbox "[ ] Don't show again"
<seele> sounds like you got it :)