Minor cosmetic issue

steve1209

Beta Tester
thomster,

I must have looked at that info 100's of times and never noticed it since I installed Adguard, good catch

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thomster

Beta Tester
Same here! The English rule is (I think other countries may vary), if day = 1 then display "Day" else "Days"
 

thomster

Beta Tester
It also displays "Gigabyte" not "Gigabytes", so unless it's exactly 1 it should show "Gigabytes".

Sorry if I'm coming over as being really pedantic but I love this software and want to feel like I've at least made a contribution to the beta testing, however minor.
 

Nameless

Beta Tester
Noticed gigabyte and megabyte didn't bother me so didnt report it, as for day mine is correct.
I guess im the cool kid on the block you all want to be like now eh? I'll see what lappy says...



Laptop
 
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Nameless

Beta Tester
No idea, but you can check a bug for me if you like? No-one else has checked this to my knowledge though i ahve mentioned it 3/4 times lol

Open adguard, now click your minimize button now click adguard in the taskbar to maximize it again does it just ding and do nothing???

Oh to maximize you double click icon next to clock.
 

Nameless

Beta Tester
Odd :/ mine will maximize from task bar on either computer without clicking the icon next tot the clock oh well, thanks for checking.
 

thomster

Beta Tester
Ah, when the GUI interface is open you can't right click on the taskbar icon and "Close Window" - I wonder if that's self protection?
 

Boo Berry

Moderator + Beta Tester
Moderator
I've noticed it too for awhile now, but I've had difficulty figuring out how to reproduce it on command.
 

mysteriously

Beta Tester & Translator
29 Days for me. Megabyte and Gigabyte could be fixed.

I have Adguard window on bottom-left side of the screen. When you maximize Adguard, close window and reopen it, it will show up on the position it was before has been maximized. So it doesn't remember if window was maximized.
 
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