From: Stephan Kosinski <stephan@logan.tv>
Subject: [RUSH 102.42a10] .common.pl - Old school interface since upgrade
   Date: Fri, 20 Jan 2012 19:01:55 -0500
Msg# 2190
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Hello Greg,

    Since we I have update the .common.pl script from 102.42a8-alpha2 to 102.42a10 the interface for the submit script has drastically changed.

    It is not has nice and more importantly the user has to drag the corner of the window to see all the fields of the form while before the size was adjusted to the existing field and it is quite painful when you have to launch several renders a day.

    Is there a way to come back to the Old, Nice and Practical style?

   
Thank you for your help.

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   From: Greg Ercolano <erco@(email surpressed)>
Subject: Re: [RUSH 102.42a10] .common.pl - Old school interface since upgrade
   Date: Fri, 20 Jan 2012 20:00:59 -0500
Msg# 2191
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On 01/20/12 16:01, Stephan Kosinski wrote:
> Hello Greg,
> 
>     Since we I have update the .common.pl script from*102.42a8-alpha2* to *102.42a10* the interface for the submit script has drastically changed.
> 
>     It is not has nice and more importantly the user has to drag the corner of the window to see all the fields of the form while before the size was adjusted to the existing field and it is quite painful when you have to launch several renders a day.
> 
>     Is there a way to come back to the Old, Nice and Practical style?

	It sounds like you might have an odd mix of new and old
	submit scripts.

	Can you email me directly (to my erco(at)seriss.com address)
	the following as attachments:

		1) The submit-nuke.pl script you're using, and the path to where it lives
		2) The .common.pl script that is in the same directory as your submit-nuke script
		3) The output of the following command: ls -la /usr/local/rush/examples/bin
		4) The output of 'rush -version'

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