Re: Status dock

On Wed, Sep 29, 1999 at 03:53:49PM +0200, Matthias Warkus wrote:
> What exactly is the panel status dock going to be good for? Why do we
> need it? To me it looks like yet another docking method, but then I'm not
> Enlightened.

Well it's a win95/KDE style docking of appliaction status. It also has a goal
of supporting the KDE docklets as well. Right now no app implements it and
it doesn't really work right yet anyway.

> I would appreciate it if development news like this would appear in
> the Gnotices or the Gnome Summary with some additional explanation.
> I'd have loved to have seen items like "Panel supports tear-off menus
> now" in the Gnome news.

I guess we could, but those are only in the development version (only in CVS
in fact). When we release a development version tarball we will also
announce all the new stuff it does (there's a lot of new stuff in the panel)


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