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Re: Layout testing for graphical menu

From: Marco Gerards
Subject: Re: Layout testing for graphical menu
Date: Sun, 18 Nov 2007 13:21:24 +0100
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Vesa Jääskeläinen <address@hidden> writes:


>>> I was hoping that someone else might stand-up but as there wasn't really
>>> interest I made a draft. This is basically using Okuji's idea of using
>>> CSS for specifying look. I made HTML page and example CSS filling
>>> information. And of course it looks ugly as I didn't spent too much on
>>> tuning it.
>> Actually, I am still hoping you are interested in working on this! :-)
>> What is the state of the current framebuffer support?  Are
>> backgrounds, etc supported?
> I think I have a local copy that supports backgrounds. I was kinda
> waiting that new menu system would take over this. But I think new plan
> would be to do several iterations on it... so I might commit improved
> gfxterm that supports background (and is a bit faster, though needs more
> memory). Next iteration would be to replace this functionality with
> improved menu/themes. That version probably will not be backwards
> compatible with first iteration, but I think we can live with that.

Who cares about backwards compatibility? ;-)

I am looking forwards to your patches :-)


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