Panel thoughts (was: Re: Now this is an ugly theme ;-))

Olivier Fourdan fourdan at
Mon Aug 26 23:01:58 CEST 2002


You mean xembed from the ?

If so, yes definitely, we must adopt standards (as long as they aren't
braindead ;-) )

As a side note, the problem I had last night with xfwm4 is actually
with... gtk+-2.0

I've submitted a patch against gtk+-2.0 that fixes the problem, dunno if
they will include it. W/out this patch, we just cannot use xsettings :-(


On Mon, 2002-08-26 at 22:59, tom wrote:
> Jasper Huijsmans said:
> > I couldn't agree more. In fact I would like to try and design something
> > more like the apple and windowmaker dock (I thought xfdock would be a
> > good name ;-) only icons and other plugins. It should be able to
> > incorporate dockapps and it should have vertical orientation as well as
> > horizontal.
> >
> > Doing away with the popup buttons makes a number of things a lot easier
> > to implement.
> >
> > Anyway this is after I finish xfce4 and my thesis, find a job, get
> > married, have children, ...
> I was talking with some of the gaim people last night and it looks like
> a lot of gtk2 apps are adopting the kde/gnome common plugin api.
> Might save a lot of work in the future by adopting it?
> Dunno, just a thought.
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