On Tue, 10 Feb 2004, Rimas Kudelis wrote:
> 2004.02.10 15:14 Tristan McLeay wrote:
> >>personally i HATE to have a bazilion of windows opening on every click.
> >>:| Yes, it's probably very cool to be a "new user" and to have this, but
> >>it shbould never be the only option. I WANT to have a location bar for
> >>quick access of /usr/share/fonts/truetype (instead of having 4 windows
> >>for that) and i don't want directories to open in a new window. :/ I
> >>dislike it in MacOS, in BeOS, in Windows95 (by default) and so on... It
> >>just takes too much space on my desktop.
> > Well, as is said below, you can already get a lot of it now. ROX doesn't
> > have a location bar (though it does have the very nifty goto bar for
> > quick access to wherever), and even if you do have new-window-on-button-
> > one, you get old-window-on-button-two (vs the default of the opposite).
> > The only thing really lacking and which would make ROX just about perfect
> > is the ability to remember window settings, which seems to me like a very
> > useful feature.
> now imagine me opening stuff in the same window always. Would it
> move/jump around or so?
> MacOS has Shift+Click (AFAIR), which opens the folder in a *NEW* window,
> and then closes the old one. But i don't think i'd be liking it.. ;)
Well, no, that sounds stupid for open-in-same-window. When you create a
new window, it should read the settings from last time, when you use the
same window, it should inherit. This is of course just my opinion/