RE: 2.4 Proposed Modules - gok
- From: Murray Cumming Comneon com
- To: bill haneman sun com
- Cc: peter korn sun com, jdub perkypants org, desktop-devel-list gnome org, gnome-accessibility-list gnome org
- Subject: RE: 2.4 Proposed Modules - gok
- Date: Fri, 9 May 2003 11:00:20 +0200
> From: Cumming Murray (COMNEON Linz)
> > From: Bill Haneman [mailto:bill haneman sun com]
> > Actually GOK *does* use the GTK+ theme in all cases, but it
> > adds its own
> > GtkStyles (by default) for its custom buttons.
> > It _does_ have good reason to do this since these buttons need to be
> > visually distinguishable as to their function, and there aren't
> > enough/appropriate STATES in GTK+.
> Is this just to distinguish different _types_ of keys? e.g.
> keys and modifier keys? Is there a good reason why all keys
> must be some
> shade of blue?
> > GOK is unusual in several ways, but it does need to be in
> > order to meet
> > the specialized needs of its users.
> It would be interesting to hear more about this.
I would really like to hear answers to these questions. I'm happy to believe
that there are good reasons, but it's still nice to know what they are.
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