Re: Accessibilty module for colorblind people

Seg, 2006-10-09 �21:19 -0300, Carlos Eduardo Rodrigues Di�es
> Em Ter, 2006-10-10 �02:01 +0200, Samuel Thibault escreveu:
> > Carlos Eduardo Rodrigues Di�es, le Mon 09 Oct 2006 20:56:12 -0300, a �it :
> > > To the others that answeared your question about xorg question in you
> > > first e-mail, why it's better to work on Xorg server than GTK+?
> > Because there are a _lot_ of applications that don't use GTK+.
> I don't know if I understand the initial thoughts of Daniel in how these
> color filters must be used by applications. If it will be a library that
> others applications will use and integrate it in some way in the UI, I
> also think that the xorg implementation is the best approach.
> If the filters are implemented in gnome-mag there is no problem that
> others applications doesn't use GTK+, because the image capture and
> manipulation will be done entirely throw gnome-mag. I also think that
> this way is best since it will not force any change in other
> applications.

No, the idea is to implement it in the window manager/composite manager
side, not on the application side. The idea is that the application
should not need to know about it.


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