Re: [Usability] rubberbanding in gtktreeview
- From: Marek Peteraj <marpet naex sk>
- To: Carlos Morgado <chbm gnome org>
- Cc: Gtk+/Gnome Usability MailingList <usability gnome org>
- Subject: Re: [Usability] rubberbanding in gtktreeview
- Date: Wed, 12 Nov 2003 19:49:00 +0100
> > I'm talking about gtktrees, so it's either list or tree. What kind of
> > apps have you tried? Don't say outlook ;)
> > I recommend that you play around with the RB model a bit more on your
> > win box.
> Ah. Windows Explorer got you confused.
Listen Carlos i had enough of your derogatory statements.
> List View in WE is just like Icon
> view. It's a table. In WE Details view is a list view but it's a very stupid
> list and doesn't work like you described. It works by making the file names
> sensitive and *everything* else insensitive which means you don't select rows
> or cells, you select an arbitrary piece of screen around a label.
An object. (if you cared to read my previous mails)
> That is definitly NOT the way a list should work and it's 100% unsuitable for
> a number of apps.
You are 100% unsuitable for this discussion.
> And proof is Outlook (yes, outlook!) doesn't use the same
> widget - it just *doesn't work.
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