Re: [Epiphany] Fonts configuration proposal

Il ven, 2003-08-29 alle 14:01, Marcelo E. Magallon ha scritto:
>  > 3 User stylesheet, defined by the user.
>  > 
>  > For 3, in my opinion, we should just provide a simple interface to
>  > allow users to costumize a few properties. I considered a theme like
>  > approach but I think it's an overkill. Better to leave that part up
>  > to 2, as there is already a theme configured desktop wide, it's just
>  > matter to get information from it (we could even make a css part of
>  > the metatheme).
>  Please consider the possibility of loading arbitrary stylesheets, too.
>  A simple interface for font properties and a couple other things
>  (foreground, background, dunno what else) is ok and helpful, as long as
>  it can be associated with a website.  CSS implementors don't use any
>  kind of namespace, not usually at least, (that is, their classes are
>  called "Headline" instead of "LWN:Headline" for example), which makes
>  user stylesheets pretty much useless.  I have somewhere this:
>     div.Headline {
>         font-size: 115% !important
>     }
>  that's for the LWN site, which for my taste uses a too small font for
>  their headers.
>  But you don't really want to design a stylesheet editor in Epiphany,
>  which is what this kind of thing would require.  So, instead of that,
>  just leave the interface at a reasonable level, but allow the user to
>  specify files with full-blown stylesheets, too.  This can be done
>  simply by having Epiphany write out simple stylesheets with the
>  properties in the GUI, and load those files back, and let the user edit
>  the files if we wishes to (I'm by no means saying this is easy or even
>  doable -- CSS is a complex beast, and I have no idea if the Gecko API
>  has something to deal with it "from outside")

I'd expect this to be possible, and sounds like a good solution too.


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