Re: [Usability]Nautilus and GNOME 2 feedback

On Sunday 13 October 2002 09:04, Roberto Rosselli Del Turco wrote:
> Dave Bordoley wrote:
> > On Thu, 2002-10-10 at 09:33, Frederic Crozat wrote:
> >>>- drag'n'drop works perfectly with some applications (e.g. I can drop
> >>>and mp3 file in XMMS playlist window), but doesn't with other ones
> >>>(e.g. I can't drop a text file in gedit window);
> >>
> >>I work on gedit if you drag the file on the toolbar part of gedit, not
> >>on the text part..
> >
> > might be cool when you drag another text file into the current window if
> > it inserted that document into the current one. not sure though, but
> > maybe...
> I expected it to work when gedit is open with a blank (new document)
> window: it would be more consistent with all other cases of drag'n'drop
> I tried. Inserting the dragged document in an already open document is a
> good idea, hope will be implemented.
> (BTW, is someone working on a good GTK2 text editor with syntax
> hilighting for XML?)

I'm working on Conglomerate (, which might be what 
you're after.  It's designed as a user-friendly XML editor; I've ported it to 
GNOME 2.  Though it's not quite ready for everyday use yet, and has some 
major rough edges...

> Ciao

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