User feedback on Gtk+-2.0!

Hi everyone,

A few days ago I released ROX-Filer 1.3.0, which is the first version to
compile against Gtk+-2.0 by default. I thought you might be interested to
see the feedback I've got so far...

People all seem happy about the new look (no complaints about icons in
dialog boxes, etc :-). A couple of recurring themes have appeared,
however... (keys and fonts)

On Sun, Apr 14, 2002 at 11:20:23PM +0200, Arnaud Calvo wrote:

> But I have a problem, I've lost my keybindings, and I cannot fix them
> anymore (pressing a key while a menu command is highlighted doesn't do
> anything...).
> How can I fix that ?

On Mon, Apr 15, 2002 at 07:39:19AM +0200, Wilbert Berendsen wrote:

> One quistion:  I can't get the keyboard menu access to work (i.e.
> pressing keys with the pointer over a menu item doesn't work).  Single
> keys don't work, but key combinations (like Ctrl+O) don't work either.
> Anybody a hint to enable that (important for me:-) ?  (Using Gtk-2.0.2)

On Wed, Apr 17, 2002 at 01:59:34AM +0000, Jesse Wagner wrote:
> I'm using Rox 1.3 on MDK 8.2 and all the fonts are really small,
> perhaps point 10 or less.  Also I can't set any shortcuts.  I know this
> is a developemnt release so if everyone knows all about this already
> just reply with a "duh!".

On Thu, Apr 18, 2002 at 01:14:47AM +0200, Yann COMBARNOUS wrote:
> I just compiled the latest (1.3.0) version of rox-filer against gtk+ 2,
> and I got 75 dpi-fonts displayed. Is it a problem with Freetype2 or a
> bad argument of rox-filer? Thanks,

On Tue, Apr 16, 2002 at 01:23:46PM -0700, Francesco Bochicchio wrote:
[ gtk-can-change-accels ]
> I consider  the capability to change accells on the flight as one of the
> coolest (and useful) features of GTK* 1.x, and I'm glat that it
> survived the 2.0 issue, even as a non-default feature.
> Now we have to live with it.

On Thu, Apr 18, 2002 at 02:14:41AM +0000, Jesse Wagner wrote:
> How do I turn on the key bindings in GTK 2.0 without ROX-Session?

A couple of people have suggested that ROX-Filer should turn keybindings
on itself, but I think that will lead to inconsitancy with other apps. For
now, I've put a warning message in the options box if keybindings are
disabled. Oh well. Hopefully once more Gtk+-2.0 applications are out
there, people will file bugs against Gtk instead of writing to me ;-)

On Mon, Apr 15, 2002 at 10:38:53PM +0200, Wilbert Berendsen wrote:
[ gtk-can-change-accels ]
> Can't ROX switch this value on just for it's own processes? (i.e. have
> that line in its own style file?)

Thomas Leonard
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