Re: panel focus indication

Chris Chabot wrote:
> > My guess is that only highlighting the panel (with whatever method we
> > choose) when the panel background is clicked or tabbed-to-- in other
> > words, when it truly has keyboard focus-- would eradicate most of the
> > complaints, since most users will never need to do either of those
> > things in everyday usage.
> Ofcource this leaves the issue open for people who select a background
> color for the panel, or select a background image. They go from 'some
> color' to bright highlighted grey.. quite a shocking experiance ;-) Was
> this problem ever thought about when we decided to make the panel highlight?

Yes ;-)

I believe that background pixmaps are themeable (in pixmap GTK+ themes).
Any pixmap stuff that an app does (including the panel) should be
themeable.  Logically the panel should only use pixmaps if the theme


> (ofcource the same is true for the whole applet background color mess,
> and the window list not using the panel's background color)

>         -- Chris
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