Re: panel prelight on focus

Seth Nickell wrote:
> On Tue, 2002-03-19 at 07:37, Calum Benson wrote:
> > Alex Larsson wrote:
> > >
> > > We could always make it a preference so that only people who really need
> > > it can enable it. I think the current prelighting behaviour is one of the
> > > most irritating things in gnome2.
> >
> > We could; that always kind of strikes me as a bit of a cop-out though.
> > IMHO the default behaviour ought to be complete/consistent/accessible by
> > default (within reason), so that people who don't need/want particular
> > things can switch them off, rather than forcing people who rely on such
> > things having to find and switch them on.
> Yeah, I agree. But unfortunately not all conflicts are resolvable, and
> there will be some tweaks necessary to turn on accesibility. For
> example, GNOME shouldn't screenread by default, that's something people
> will have to turn on ;-)


that may be true of some accessibility things, but visual focus
is non-negotiable, it just has to be there.  So this discussion should
about how to implement it and what it should look like.


> -Seth
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