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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|10543||Bug reports||Survey editing||public||2016-02-22 10:31||2016-03-07 11:49|
|Fixed in Version||2.50.x|
|Summary||10543: "Gender buttons"|
|Description||Choosing gender in the survey is very difficult to see what has actually been pressed (a very small border around the button).|
|Steps To Reproduce||Adding a gender selection option in survey.|
|Tags||No tags attached.|
|Complete LimeSurvey version number (& build)||limesurvey250plus-build16021|
|I will donate to the project if issue is resolved||No|
|Database type & version||MariaDB (newest)|
|Server OS (if known)||Debian 8 64 bit|
|Webserver software & version (if known)||Apache (newest)|
|They also should have the same size, no matter the language.|
Gender gender ...; man don't have to wear skirt ? Some of feminist and transgender friend are angry with this ...
Seriously : there are surely better gender symbol : https://thenounproject.com/search/?q=gender%20symbol
I don't think default LS must promote genderisation, and use a less marked symbol : https://thenounproject.com/SL12/collection/gender-symbols/?oq=gender%20symbol&cidx=1 in CC-by-sa, don't found a public domain, but thnere are surely one.
|Good point, will be changed.|
|Minor issue because is template related (right ?)|
Denis : you can feel free to change it if you want.
Just : keep the font icon way of doing, don't use jpg or png.
And yes, radio display is still available, and template via CSS can decide how font-icons are rendered.
After upgrading to Limesurvey 2.5, many people complained, "I couldn't tell if gender was selected after I clicked on it." I also have concerns about the cultural issues related to the icons, so I would prefer the standard radio buttons.
LouisGac: You mean I can simply edit the CSS to revert to radio buttons? Would please give more details?
|andrewz: there is an advanced question setting for this - see attached capture4.png|
But html is so .... ugly : inline style + br.
It's quick to fix HTML , but need template fix after.
|ok I will do that today|
Last edited: 2016-03-04 10:06
I'm not going to use this solution, but, for you to know, to change the icon in CSS, you can do that :
edit template.css, and add at the end:
(\f221 is the unicode for venus)
For venus : https://bugs.limesurvey.org/view.php?id=10543#c35634 :)
What solution ? For br and inline style ?
no I mean to change an icon. I'm going to update the HTML :
changing .fa-female by .fa-venus
But, for you to know, the same result can be done in CSS, in the template side,
for br, I can remove them, same for inline style (on inline js).
We won when with this question : any user can easily create a new plugin to have
- transgender can be translated (if this plugin is activated)
- transgender are in stat (if this plugin is activated)
- others ?
|IMHO : plugin can't be the way to add new question display, it's way to much dirty. But that's another subject. For now : 2.5 debugging.|
|Fix committed to master branch: http://bugs.limesurvey.org/plugin.php?page=Source/view&id=17761|
added shadows, removed when button is clicked.
added text underline when button is clicked
removed the br (replace by css display block)
removed the inline CSS
|Version 2.50+ Build 160307 released|
LimeSurvey: master 4b436f88
|Fixed issue 10543: "Gender buttons" display||
|mod - application/views/survey/questions/gender/buttons/item.php||Diff File|
|mod - templates/default/css/template.css||Diff File|
|mod - templates/news_paper/css/template.css||Diff File|
|mod - templates/news_paper/scripts/template.js||Diff File|
|mod - templates/ubuntu_orange/css/template.css||Diff File|
|mod - templates/ubuntu_orange/scripts/template.js||Diff File|
|2016-02-22 10:31||mot1||New Issue|
|2016-02-22 10:31||mot1||File Added: SSgender.png|
|2016-02-22 11:17||c_schmitz||Assigned To||=> ollehar|
|2016-02-22 11:17||c_schmitz||Status||new => assigned|
|2016-02-22 11:17||c_schmitz||Note Added: 35519|
|2016-02-22 15:05||ollehar||Assigned To||ollehar => LouisGac|
|2016-02-23 08:53||c_schmitz||Relationship added||related to 10554|
|2016-02-23 08:54||c_schmitz||Priority||normal => high|
|2016-02-24 09:27||DenisChenu||Note Added: 35632|
|2016-02-24 09:29||c_schmitz||Note Added: 35634|
|2016-02-24 13:00||DenisChenu||Note Added: 35648|
||Note Added: 35672|
|2016-03-03 20:43||andrewz||Note Added: 35931|
|2016-03-03 20:57||tpartner||File Added: capture4.png|
|2016-03-03 20:58||tpartner||Note Added: 35933|
|2016-03-04 08:25||DenisChenu||Relationship added||related to 10616|
|2016-03-04 08:26||DenisChenu||Note Added: 35947|
|2016-03-04 08:27||DenisChenu||Note Edited: 35947||View Revisions|
||Note Added: 35951|
||Note Added: 35953|
||Note Edited: 35953||View Revisions|
|2016-03-04 10:12||DenisChenu||Note Added: 35954|
||Note Added: 35955|
|2016-03-04 10:32||DenisChenu||Note Added: 35956|
||Note Added: 35957|
||Changeset attached||=> LimeSurvey master 4b436f88|
||Note Added: 35958|
||Resolution||open => fixed|
||Note Added: 35959|
||Status||assigned => resolved|
|2016-03-04 11:25||DenisChenu||Note Added: 35963|
|2016-03-07 11:48||c_schmitz||Fixed in Version||=> 2.5|
|2016-03-07 11:49||c_schmitz||Note Added: 36043|
|2016-03-07 11:49||c_schmitz||Status||resolved => closed|
|2019-11-01 17:25||c_schmitz||Category||Survey design => Survey editing|