> > I do use e16keyedit. I believe it is very important to have a gui
> > key/menu editor (or even better something like e-conf, that is
> > tidier and has more control).
> I never used e-conf but I looked at some old screenshots. I think the
> concept of these "config all settings in one tool" tools aren't good.
> If one configurator in the tool is broken and nobody fix it really
> fast the tool is broken. So I prefer a lot of small config-tools which
> are perhaps executed from a control-center (like in
> gnome-control-center). 
It is ok for me either way. I am not a "control-center fan" either, but
the funny thing is, I have seen that most of the users feel much more
comfortable if they see a window with the configuration settings put
together, and making a few more clicks (RMB on desktop) somehow differs.
Right now I have trouble only with keybinding configuration (which I
use e16keyedit for it) and background configuration (I want to try
different backgrounds fast, umm selecting from a list of a few gigs),
other than these it is all fine for me.
It would be better if we had an all-in-one-config-showing-window but
it does not matter "that much" actually.
> But I think it's also not good to write a open and save routine for
> the config files in each app. I thought about a config-library that
> parses all the enlightenment config files and provide them in a well
> defined data structure. Or does such a lib yet exist?
But still letting the "text editor" write his own config ? :)
> Or should I use EWL if I redo e16menuedit/e16keyedit?
I vote "no". The least the dependencies, the better it is :)
> I know these are libraries for the upcoming e17 and still CVS stuff,
> but perhaps then they could perhaps easily changed to
> e17menuedit/e17keyedit. Or is there a complete different concept or a
> included tool for this in e17?
> Lot of questions, I hope someone has the time to answer them... ;-)
>  Here is a screenshot because you don't use gnome.
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