Heres a little something. While its not as fancy as Id hope (yet) it
shows a few ideas. The buttons could be held to create the 'right
click' type menu, to make use on touchscreens easier.
One things that concerns me tho, is Flash. Will it work? :|
2008/12/22 The Rasterman Carsten Haitzler <raster@...>:
> On Sun, 21 Dec 2008 20:42:30 -0200 "Gustavo Sverzut Barbieri"
> <barbieri@...> babbled:
>> On Sun, Dec 21, 2008 at 8:15 PM, The Rasterman Carsten Haitzler
>> <raster@...> wrote:
>> > On Sun, 21 Dec 2008 15:57:16 -0200 "Gustavo Sverzut Barbieri"
>> > <barbieri@...> babbled:
>> >> On Sun, Dec 21, 2008 at 7:50 AM, Toma <tomhaste@...> wrote:
>> >> > Good job! :)
>> >> >
>> >> > Unfortunate name... unless your going for the sense of humor market.
>> >> > In that case, well done. :)
>> >> it's not my choice, but I'm open to suggestions when we import it into
>> >> PROTO/
>> >> > Theme looks good for now. Ill fix up the shadows of those left and
>> >> > right arrows sometime soon so its a little more unison. Also, if you
>> >> > need bigger icons, the sources for them all are in THEMES/b_and_w/
>> >> really, I'm not much into doing graphics, so I just did a quick look
>> >> on top of elementary/e17 icons and choose some, resized them to 32x32.
>> >> I'm all open for you or other themers to join and do the EDC, you can
>> >> request what kind of messages and signals do you want and I send from
>> >> C. So far you will get title, url, scroll and progress messages and
>> >> load/done signals. You are supposed to emit navigation signals and
>> >> that's it. View is completely in EDC.
>> >> I know there are few things missing for a real browser, like a slot
>> >> to put favico and I'd like to apply syntax to url, just like google
>> >> chrome does (highlight real domain, fade http:// and other stuff).
>> >> BTW, for things like preferences and dialogs, I'd like to avoid extra
>> >> windows at all, so we can have it working on fb and others, so I plan
>> >> to just create a new tab for preferences and alert(), confirm() and
>> >> others we display as a swallow on top of the contents area in the tab.
>> >> Do you like it?
>> > actually elm will get an "inwin" - window in a window widget. just a simple
>> > container to hold children + a bg and "frame". centered in the parent. this
>> > will solve many things. that + a stack for push/pop of inwins :)
>> yes, but the tricky part is to develop a pipe-protocol or ipc to
>> control these processes and monitor them, for example, when user types
>> an URL we must request process to die and a new one to take place, if
>> it flickers a lot, we maybe should ask this process to exec on top of
>> itself and keep X connection opened, also reuse same window. If
>> process die, its window should disappear and the underlying edje
>> object should show "this page crashed".
>> so that's the difficult part :-)
> ooh - no. inwin was just a widget - nothing to do with processes - its for 1
> proc opening "windows in a window" eg a dialog "are you sure?" <yes> <no>
>> BTW, for this inwin, make it part of ecore_evas, just like we have
>> associate, we could have an "x associate", we associate an X window to
>> an object, when you change that object it will reflect on the x
>> window. Then elm inwin is built on top of it.
> aaha not what u thought it was :)
>> > and for ui.. i hav a plan i'd like to try that involves almsot no browser
>> > controls visible. just a little [+] in a corner (u can drag around to
>> > different corners so i doesnt permanently consume a corner of the page all
>> > the time so if content is there it accessible just by moving it out of the
>> > way) in fact.. this should become a widget in elm... click it and it
>> > expands to show controls
>> i expect this to be pretty simple now, I just split it into 2 smarts,
>> one begin a scrolled frame and another with controls. I mostly copied
>> elm scrolled theme, and it should be simple to use elm there. for
>> controls it's pure edje with a swallow.
> i was actually going to use elementary completely for it all... :)
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