Re: [PATCH] Make list view update when defaults change
- From: Jonathan Blandford <jrb redhat com>
- To: Alex Larsson <alexl redhat com>
- Cc: Calum Benson <calum benson sun com>, nautilus-list gnome org, <gnome-accessibility-devel gnome org>
- Subject: Re: [PATCH] Make list view update when defaults change
- Date: 10 May 2002 15:08:15 -0400
Alex Larsson <alexl redhat com> writes:
> On Fri, 10 May 2002, Calum Benson wrote:
> > Alex Larsson wrote:
> > > I think you should be able to set the desktop font separate from the icon
> > > view font. The desktop is a special type of view, it often has a
> > > background that may make you want to have a different font that matches
> > > it, makes it easier to see, or otherwise stands out.
> > If Bill hadn't just gone home a few minutes ago, he'd probably point out
> > that 508 requires everything on the desktop to track the user's One True
> > Theme-- so if we do maintain a different font setting for desktop icons
> > (and I can see why we'd want to), we probably need a "just use the
> > current default gtk font at all times" option for it as well. You can
> > argue with Bill about whether it should be the default or not :)
> This is someones interpretation of 508. In reality the 508 spec is
> incredily vague and says nothing about themes. I think it is enough that
> both fonts are configurable in the same dialog.
> How do you define the one true theme? One file? A given set of gconf keys?
> One dialog to config them? A "use system font" option is stupid, and I
> won't add one.
> Of course, if the desktop font is not set we should fall back on the
> default gtk+ font.
I just realized that there's no way to unset the font once you've set
it. As a result, if you select a high-contrast theme, you won't get the
font to come along with it if you've already selected a font. Not a
killer (as you can select a big 'ol font too), but prolly broken. I'll
fix up the wording here and add a 'Customize your fonts' check button.
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