Amazing! I guess Aunt Martha will love this.
I do not get reported crash.
But I'm no hurry to reproduce it...
> I have removed the normal gramplet controls.
> This creates more space
> and presents a cleaner interface to the user.
> The minimise button is
> not applicable for the bottom bar, and drag-and-drop
> functionality has moved to the tab.
The only one limitation seems to be that there is no more
way for removing gramplets from sidebar or gramplets view.
> Similar functionality is available in the person editor
Yes, like quick reports.
> --- En date de : Mar 11.1.11, Nick Hall <nick__hall@...>
> a écrit :
> > De: Nick Hall <nick__hall@...>
> > Objet: [Gramps-devel] New Gramps bottombar
> > À: "Gramps developers" <gramps-devel@...>
> > Date: Mardi 11 janvier 2011, 2h50
> > Devs,
> > I have just committed a change which adds a new
> > to Gramps.
> > You can enable the bottom bar from the menu: View
> > -> Bottombar.
> > Each tab contains one gramplet. You can
> > re-order them by drag-and-drop.
> > There are three buttons on the right hand side of the
> > bottombar. Use
> > these to add or remove gramplets and also to close
> > bottombar.
> > I have removed the normal gramplet controls. This
> > creates more space
> > and presents a cleaner interface to the user. The
> > minimise button is
> > not applicable for the bottom bar, and drag-and-drop
> > functionality has
> > moved to the tab. I have not implemented detaching
> > gramplets yet,
> > but this could be achieved by dragging the tab out of
> > notebook (this
> > is standard gtk functionality).
> > I have written four example bottombar gramplets for
> > Person Views:
> > 1. Details: This combines the primary picture, with
> > parents, events and
> > attributes to create a summary view for a person.
> > 2. Gallery: This displays the pictures of a person
> > a scrollable
> > list. Double-click to view the image with the
> > viewer application.
> > 3. Residence: An example displaying a single event
> > type. Double-click
> > to edit an event.
> > 4. Attributes: Just a GUI version of the existing
> > Attributes gramplet.
> > Double-click for the quick report.
> > I was trying to make the gramplets look like they are
> > of core
> > Gramps. Similar functionality is available in the
> > person editor, but
> > the bottom bar gramplets are intended to be optimised
> > viewing the
> > data rather than editing it.
> > I look forward to your feedback.
> > Regards,
> > Nick.
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