[Owncloud] "To login page" - no visual clue about link

Jan-Christoph Borchardt hey at jancborchardt.net
Thu Sep 19 10:30:53 UTC 2013

There is a pull request already which fixes this and much more:

And yeah, please in the future directly report issues on
https://github.com/owncloud/core/issues – thank you! :)

On Thu, Sep 19, 2013 at 9:20 AM, Stefan Vollmar <vollmar at nf.mpg.de> wrote:
> Hello,
> some developers might argue that the following is a "cosmetic" problem (if), however, I regard this as a bug - but one that should be very easy to fix: after changing your password in the "lostpassword" context in OwnCloud 5.0.10, you are notified that your password has been reset (the original message is "Your password was reset." which I think should be "has been reset") followed by a line "To login page". As expected, this is indeed  a link to OwnCloud's welcome page, however, there is no visual indication whatsoever (not even the bold grey text attribute found in other links; I prefer the traditional "underlined blue" anyway).
> The Problem is this snippet:
> <?php echo $l->t('To login page'); ?>
> from core/lostpassword/templates/resetpassword.php
> which generates a link - but no visual indication that this is a useful shortcut.
> Warm regards,
>  Stefan
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