=19=19=19This patch works fine on OSX ( Apple X11 1.0 - XFree86 4.3.0 )=20=
Great freaking update! Clicking on the properties dialog brings all of=20=
Inkscape ( and X11 ) to the front!
I lubb du
On Nov 11, 2003, at 9:53 AM, bulia byak wrote:
> I've just checked in an updated dialogs/object-properties.c which=20
> makes this dialog (ctrl-shift-f) transient. This means it always stays=20=
> on top of the canvas window (if there are several, it attaches to the=20=
> one which was current when the dialog was created) and=20
> minimizes/maximizes together with it.
> What can I say? I'm absolutely astonished by how simple it turned out=20=
> to be, and really baffled by the fact that nobody did it before. It's=20=
> been in the Sodipodi programming tasks for ages, and it's actually=20
> just two lines of code. The difference in usability however is=20
> enormous. Judging by the fact that GIMP's interface, despite being=20
> almost universally hated, has never attempted to use transient windows=20=
> (at least in the stable series, I did not try their development=20
> series) made me think that this problem is somehow unsolvable on linux=20=
> - but no.
> At least, it works for me (on KDE 3.1).
> Please test the CVS HEAD with this change and report any problems you=20=
> may have with this dialog (ctrl-shift-f). If there are none, I will=20
> make all other dialogs and the toolbar transient too.
> And by the way, the dialog can now be closed by esc - please test this=20=
> too, and if there are no problems with that I will change all other=20
> dialogs likewise.
> I made the zoom field (in the bottom right corner of the canvas)=20
> unfocusable, so it never steals focus any more. Now arrows should work=20=
> I also changed the treatment of keypad arrows - now they hopefully=20
> work both with and without shift (so far only in selector). Please=20
> test this and report any problems. If anyone can test this on Windows=20=
> or Mac that would be great.
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