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Re: Transparency :)



On Mon, 2008-01-28 at 11:43 +0100, David Nielsen wrote:
> We have standards for quality of code, we do after all have to maintain
> it. It needs to work, it needs to not introduce bugs and so on. The two
> of us appear to have very little understanding for how programming and
> design works. Just because you can't see a change doesn't mean it's not
> important. gvfs e.g. plays an important part in making pretty much every
> feature Jakub listed work the right way.
> 
> I would recommend that you actually examine the rationale behind
> something like gvfs, do some research. And please be respectful when
> asking questions.. don't start out by insulting the developers by saying
> what they are spending their time on is useless without understanding
> what it really is.
> 
> - David Nielsen

Agreed, anyway, I would wonder what the patches behind the transparency
are, so far I've seen only big words and some (awesome looking)
pictures. That's not enough. And I also have some doubts as to the
implementation mentioned in the blog entry about which this thread
started. I think having apps to enable/disable real transparency is the
wrong way. It should be enabled in the gtk + gtk theme engine + window
manager combination. Adding even a single line to each application to
enable transparency is IMHO dirty and leads to inconsistency throughout
the desktop.

Martin

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