Ian Reinhart Geiser
geiseri at yahoo.com
Wed Aug 21 19:51:37 BST 2002
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On Wednesday 21 August 2002 02:08 pm, David Boddie wrote:
> On Wed, 21 Aug 2002 12:18:22 +0100, Richard Moore wrote:
> > David Boddie wrote:
> > > I imagine that, at its tiniest, it could fit on the panel, but then it
> > > would probably only be useful as an indicator like the minipager.
> > Why not try making it a panel extension, rather than an applet. That way
> > it can dock to the corner of the screen etc. but avoid the size
> > limitations of a panel applet.
> Are there any restrictions on sending and receiving DCOP messages in
> panel extensions? If not, then it should be possible.
No there are not... In fact I have been working on a "thumb wheel" desktop
switcher. It seems a little more reliable than the electric boarders imho :]
The largest problem with circles on the desktop is they tend to take up
space^2. Whereas if we can make this a rectangle, we can wedge it into
Also I did a small experiment with the current wim, by makeing it into a
kicker applet. Basicly even large kicker it is barely usable, it really
needs 128x128 from what i have seen.
Any ideas here?
- -ian reinhart geiser
Gravity is a myth, the Earth sucks.
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