Strange... I thought E was about user choice and flexibility, not making
assumptions about what people will or will not want.
Personally I would never have a flash backdrop (actually my desktops are
so cluttered I never even see my backdrops), but I can imagine people wanting
Could this whole discussion be made irrelevant if people could "full-screen"
(borderless) an application and push it to the bottom layer? Then anyone
could effectivly make *any* application their background. I am struggling
to think how this would differ from the conventional notion of a background.
Stefan Held wrote:
Am Die, 2003-03-11 um 10.17 schrieb Richard Martin:
Sorry to kick up this thread again, but...
Why not make the background an html browser which supports plug-ins.
That way backgrounds could be written in plain html, html with
Come on guys you ever watched your CPU Stress if you look at a flash
site with mozilla? I think nobody realy want's a background that is
eating 30% of their CPU's power.
Get back to the Ground.