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Re: [wmx] excellent "tabbing" feature in PWMAn Thi-Nguyen Le
- Sun Jun 18 17:55:19 2000
On Sun, Jun 18, 2000 at 02:12:08PM +0300, Lasse Rasinen typed:
} I had yet another vision, text style mockup here:
} / xterm / xterm / xterm [ ]|
} Here we have three xterms, the last one of which is active.
} / xterm / xterm | xterm [ ]|
} Here the middle one is active. Note how it appears to be on top of all the
} rest. Also, the button stays where it always is.
This looks a lot nicer. Mockups if anyone wants of the top, middle,
and bottom focus cases are at
} Then again, would the button close/hide the entire frame or just the
} current window? I prefer hiding the entire frame and closing just the
} current frame (not that I use close too much, but...)
I agree here. Individual frames can be 'hidden' by selecting another frame
in the stack to be on top anyways.
Hmmm. What about the client menu? I suppose it can just be the same;
selecting an entry would raise that stack as well as making the entry
top of the stack.
} (And please, next time put then in the web and not as attachments, OK?
} Pretty please?)
Sorry about that.
} Implementation details: I feel this would mean a thorough rewrite of (at
} least) the Border class.I can't do it, since I still don't understand it
} (and I've tried since wmx-4 ;)
Plus, should it be left as a compile-time option?
An Thi-Nguyen Le
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