edscott at prodigy.net.mx
Mon Aug 2 03:05:17 CEST 2004
El dom, 01-08-2004 a las 13:32, ShadowRage escribió:
> I mean like how most file managers have an icon set, like.. files in rows in a main window. (give you a good and bad example, how windows does it, except if they were listed instead of the normal way)
I understand. The only problem is toolbar real estate is too valuable.
But your suggestion recalls the original design of xffm with sidebar, so
concept is rescued. If you check out the current CVS you can pop up an
optional sidebar by clicking with mouse button_3 on one of the popup
toolbars: this currently makes available 6 different sidebars. Clicking
again --or click button3 on the sidebar-- will make it go away.
Restoring the sidebar state from session to session is not implemented.
I don't know if this will suit your needs, but the new behaviour is
really cool and scarce code to implement. I like it. Thanks for the
> it's hard to explain
> On Sun, 01 Aug 2004 12:40:45 -0500
> edscott <edscott at prodigy.net.mx> wrote:
> > El dom, 01-08-2004 a las 11:21, ShadowRage escribió:
> > > one thing that's annoying about xffm is its speed, and how you have to navigate via dropping down a directory menu type thing..
> > >
> > > that right there is one of the very reason I still use rox. however, if that could be made as an optional thing (like a sidebar) and standard listing, or standard icon layout, that'd be
> > I'm not sure what you mean. By "standard icon layout" do you mean the
> > icon layout of xffm-4.0.x as opposed to the icon layout of xffm-4.1.x?
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