On Mon, 2005-04-18 at 14:10 +0200, Roberto Rosselli Del Turco wrote:
> My 0.02=A4 : I really don't see the need to recreate a file-managing
> environment inside an HTML/XML editor, isn't Nautilus/Konqueror/whatever
> there just to do this kind of stuff? Of course I have a limited set of
> files on my local disk to edit, so my opinion is surely influenced by
> this simple fact, but to (re)create "something similar to the tree view
> that nautilus has in browser mode" looks like a waste of resources IMHO.
> If Screem drops the file browser altogether that would be fine by me.
As the browser is needed for working on a site, so you can see the
structure of the site for typing links, so you can see the exclude /
ignore status etc. then for shear consistancy when not working on a site
there should be a browser there. There isn't really much of a resources
issue because of it already being used in a site.=20
It is also partially historical as well, as you know screem used to
start a new instance when opening a file from the file manager.
What it would be nice if the nautilus could just be embeded, I had
looked at this quite some time ago, but the component always opened up a
main nautilus window to go with it. It would also have required someway
of extending the embeded view to handle how screem behaves when working
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