> And, since the point of transparent icon drags is to
> allow you to see
> what's going on under the icon (eg, exactly where
> some text will get
> inserted), that's not much use.
What about using some sort of transparency to indicate
the type of drag that is taking place. So a normal
copy drag, which is creating a copy or 'ghost' of a
file, is shown with a transparent drag.
Then a shift drag, which moves a file, uses a solid
drag, to indicate that the original file is being
moved rather than a 'ghost' copy. The icon of the
original file in the filer window disappears during
the drag, so that it is visibly moved.
> PS: We seem to have moved up 917 places in the
> sourefore 'Top downloads
> this week'!!
Well did anyone see that ROX was featured in the Linux
section of the Dave Central archive
(www.davecentral.com) ? This may account for some of
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