introduction, gtk 2.22 porting, code (I don't use the majority of the extra panel plugins that live in their own , for instance, so I'm not going to port those myself)submission preferences

Sean Middleditch sean at
Mon Apr 4 07:14:27 CEST 2011

I'll go ahead and apply it to my local copy and see how it works.

I haven't had a chance to get into my own changes on the dialog yet, so
there's little to merge again of mine.  It's been a busy few weeks and
there's just never enough hours in a day.  My hobby project time should free
up a good deal after May is over, but it's spotty until then.

On Sun, Apr 3, 2011 at 9:33 PM, Jon Sturm <jonimoose at> wrote:
> I was actually just working on a patch to add position settings to the
> Display dialog. I have a very basic patch that allows for setting any
> position you want but it update every chance which makes it rather
> cumbersome to use. My vote was to add an apply button, so that one can
> make all the needed changes without having to wait for the Xorg driver
> to do its stuff between each setting update. The other issue is it
> currently doesn't really show where those position settings will
> actually put the monitor but that would require much more overhaul of
> the dialog to take that into account.
> My currently incomplete patch can be found at
> I'd love to work with you on fixing it up, just get a git repo setup
> somewhere and I'll base my changes off of that.
> Jon

Sean Middleditch
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