Re: [Evolution-hackers] component information area.

Hows this stuff look:

Took me a while to work out how to do a few things, hence all the tries.
I gave up on the multiple-alternate smaller-text idea for now.  The last
one (-5) is probably the closest to what we want (although some others
are exactly the same height as the search bar).

Tweaks to layout (i.e. borders etc)?  Any hig insights on this?

Or should i just commit and 'work it out later'.

The api is really simple, you create it (telling it what icon to use)
and pack it with 0 padding into a vbox which contains your folder tree,
then call set_info(location, info) to set the location (i.e. folder
name) and extra info, whenever it changes.  It uses a clipped label for
the location but a normal gtk label for the other info.

Does the icon need to change (i.e. to match the folder type), or should
it remain static (i.e. to match the component type) - i think the latter
is best (and what it does now).


On Wed, 2004-03-31 at 13:43 -0500, Anna M Dirks wrote:
> Regards all. 
> As you know, in Evolution 1.4, we presented the user with information
> about her currently selected folder in a grey bar, which stretched
> beneath the app's main toolbar. This grey bar was called the
> "component information area"; refer to the following screenshot to see
> it in action.

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