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Created attachment 1062 [details]
Screenshot showing the weird button layout
The Mac altert dialog has weird button layout. See attached screenshot. It looks like an hbox with homogeneous layout?
I didn't know that we're using platform specific alert dialogs - the one really looks like a gtk one.
It seems it can't be done with NSAlert.
Interesting. Guess it's by (Apple) design then.
No it's not really a feature - they're using a different button approach than we do - our buttons look weird when not using their model.
Well, that *is* NSAlert. The only way to fix it is to change the wording and hope NSAlert lays it out better with different label text lengths, or reimplement NSAlert.
Reimplementing NSAlert is the only way to fix that.
- OR - we could ensure that all alerts make sense on NSAlert.
In the above example I would flip the remove & delete buttons for example.
Is this fixed?