Xfwm 4 screen captures

Jasper Huijsmans j.b.huijsmans at hetnet.nl
Wed May 8 00:17:46 CEST 2002


On Tue, 7 May 2002 23:44:28 +0200
Javanx <javanx at supereva.it> wrote:

> On Tue, 7 May 2002 21:20:42 +0200
> Jasper Huijsmans <j.b.huijsmans at hetnet.nl> wrote:
> > Frankly, Joe, I'm shocked ;-) You're really
> > supposed to say no here, or rather NOOOOOOOOOOO!
> > 
> > 
> > So, in case you won't object, I will.
> >  
> > Until now the similarity to CDE has been one of
> > the defining features of the project. I would be
> > hesitant to throw that away too easily (mind you
> > I don't even know CDE myself). 
> I didn't say that the panel must have a look like
> osx, I said that it would be a good idea to make i
> themable so that anyone can make it work and look
> like what they prefer. 

Yes I'm sorry, I worded this a bit too strongly I'm afraid. Themeing
does usualy come at a cost however. 

> > BTW, I'm trying to port the panel to GTK2 at the
> > moment and I would like to here any specific
> > ideas about improvements to the panel or missing
> > feature that you can't live without or, even
> > better, existing features that you can't live
> > with.
> I already said it, I think it would be cool to
> make panel work with a plugin system. It can be
> something like a panel with some plugin slots and
> in this plugin slots one can put a clock, a pager
> or just a program launch icon like what there is
> now. I heard that the new gdk implements a good
> polimorphic system like the one of object oriented
> languages so it shouldn't be too hard to make
> this.

my current implementation has this already :-)

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