On Mon, Feb 26, 2007 at 10:19:02PM -0500, Albert Cahalan wrote:
> I'm wondering if this ought to be scalable in some way, either just the
> non-drawing parts or the whole thing.
I would like to make this more flexible, down the road, yes.
(So you could have REALLY BIG buttons on a very high resolution screen,
rather than having small buttons, and a ton of unused button slots.)
For now, though, you're stuck with the 48x48s. :^/
> There is also the matter of the beautiful Tux Paint appearance not
> being the specified style of ugly grey blocky shapes. Oh well though,
> there is not much sense using Tux Paint in the greyscale mode where
> the ugly style is kind of useful.
You could always replace the UI PNGs. I was thinking, recently, that it'd
be nice to allow them to be themed, so you could have a high contrast
set of buttons, for low-sighted users, for example.
e.g.: tuxpaint --uitheme highcontrast
where "highcontrast" is just the name of a subfolder in the UI data hierarchy.