Re: Dragging and droping on the desktop

If it's using OpenGL, then can't be used as the nautilus canvas for the desktop. Remember that GNOME has to run network-transparently (Sun SunRays and the like) and I think evas won't perform adequately or at all on remote displays.

MArk Finlay wrote:

On Sun, 2003-03-23 at 14:05, iain wrote:
On Sun, 2003-03-23 at 10:06, MArk Finlay wrote:
Has anyone ever thought of using evas as the desktop canvas?
It's the e17 canvas and apparently is really fast :)
And had issues with polygon shapes. It would draw them, but treated them
as squares with transparency.

Might have changed recently though.

donno, But all I hear is that it gets around a lot of X limitations
by directly using OpenGl.
If not now then when it becomes stable It'd be cool to see it
used in gnome ip appropriate.

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