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Mon May 16 05:59:16 CEST 2005
On Mon, 16 May 2005 03:03:55 +0200, Brian J. Tarricone <bjt23 at cornell.edu>
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> Kristoffer wrote:
>> On Sun, 15 May 2005 23:16:01 +0200, Olivier Fourdan <fourdan at xfce.org>
>>> and redo all the existing themes...
>> why? the border in gnome is still there no matter the theme... It
>> really matter how "thick" the theme chooses it's borders because at the
>> far left
>> or right; there is no theme, and so the
>> still works.
>> the reason I modified my theme was to see if i could get rid of all the
>> border; which
>> as you know, was fruitless..
>> sorry for insisting, but i don't think you have to redo the existing
>> themes, and
>> it seems a bit weird to succumb because "i can't be bothered" ...
>> it on the todo list so someone else can do so i don't have to tell the
>> linux convert from windows that the functionality is a bit weird in
>> the developers couldn't be bothered..
>> ach! do as you wish :/
> Repeat after me, ad nauseum, until you get it:
> "No one is under any obligation to code anything for me, and the
> developers may feel free to ignore my feature request if they aren't
> interested. If I really really want my request implemented, I should do
> it myself, or find (and pay, if necessary) someone else willing and able
> to do it."
> Really, this belief by many people here that we're obligated to do what
> you want is getting old.
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i seem to recall myself saying "do as you wish" and the only reason i
include the "you don't owe me anything" speech, which i thought of
for a while, was because i thought it would be an insult to the devs
to have to tell them that they have a free will of their own...
guess i was mistaken, from here-on now i'll start talking politically
and be humble when i'm not and we can all live in this fake world untill
have our heads so far up our asses that we can no longer discern between
real and not.
but we'll be happy-dumb, until it boils over for someone which starts
killing people in a nearby mall/school
just remember: i never said the person _had_ to do it, i just said i
it was weird/etc... you don't have to listen to me; and should i have
anything your free to do with what i said in whichever way you wanted... or
atleast that's how i see it.
it gets a bit hard to talk with someone when one can't call a stool for a
without insulting someone...
"power is the only real principle" ...
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