Re: Print

I would say "so it's different."  All the program-specific menus are text,
and I really like the idea of a separate, standard "foot" menu that
contains a few items common to every gnome app, like "program settings"
and "quit."

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On Fri, 10 Jul 1998, Tom Vogt wrote:

>the main question maybe is: why an icon? all the rest of the menubar is
>text, so why suddenly an icon? unless there is a very good reason to break
>the general style for this menu item, I don't think it should be done.

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