TTL label is in red and warning when too low

- TTL to chans shouldn't be too low so the UI gives a feedback
- warning when sending wouldn either require a lot of refactoring or
  wouldn't have good usability
master
Peter Šurda 6 years ago
parent e9899743ef
commit d7076626c2
Signed by untrusted user: PeterSurda
GPG Key ID: 0C5F50C0B5F37D87

@ -834,11 +834,23 @@ class MyForm(settingsmixin.SMainWindow):
def updateHumanFriendlyTTLDescription(self, TTL):
numberOfHours = int(round(TTL / (60*60)))
font = QtGui.QFont()
stylesheet = ""
if numberOfHours < 48:
self.ui.labelHumanFriendlyTTLDescription.setText(_translate("MainWindow", "%n hour(s)", None, QtCore.QCoreApplication.CodecForTr, numberOfHours))
self.ui.labelHumanFriendlyTTLDescription.setText(
_translate("MainWindow", "%n hour(s)", None, QtCore.QCoreApplication.CodecForTr, numberOfHours) +
", " +
_translate("MainWindow", "not recommended for chans", None, QtCore.QCoreApplication.CodecForTr)
)
stylesheet = "QLabel { color : red; }"
font.setBold(True)
else:
numberOfDays = int(round(TTL / (24*60*60)))
self.ui.labelHumanFriendlyTTLDescription.setText(_translate("MainWindow", "%n day(s)", None, QtCore.QCoreApplication.CodecForTr, numberOfDays))
font.setBold(False)
self.ui.labelHumanFriendlyTTLDescription.setStyleSheet(stylesheet)
self.ui.labelHumanFriendlyTTLDescription.setFont(font)
# Show or hide the application window after clicking an item within the
# tray icon or, on Windows, the try icon itself.

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