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Re: [Bug-gnubg] Customizable rollout presets

From: Jim Segrave
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] Customizable rollout presets
Date: Thu, 11 Sep 2003 14:25:33 +0200
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On Thu 11 Sep 2003 (12:57 +0200), ?ystein O Johansen wrote:
> <quote Dean>
> I'd like to suggest that users have the ability to set up several custom
> rollout profiles, so that he can configure them and switch back and forth
> with a single click (on the toolbar maybe, or somewhere easily accessible).
> Snowie does this with the "mini-rollout" button on its panel. It's a handy
> feature.
> </quote Dean>
> <quote J?rn>
> This has been on the wish list for a while, but nobody is working on it.
> </quote J?rn>
> Hi.
> Can we let the user create thair own menu for features like this? An user
> created file could be parsed at startup. Something like this:
> <menu>
>   <menutitle>Personal</menutitle>
>   <menuitem>
>     <label>Mini rollout</label>
>     <command>"load commands setminirollout.txt"</commmad>
>   </menuitem>
>   <menuitem>
>     <label>Extensive rollout</label>
>     <command>"load commands setextrollout.txt"</commmad>
>   </menuitem>
>   <menuitem>
>     <seperator>
>   </menuitem>
>   <menuitem>
>     <label>Rollout marked moves</label>
>     <command>"> mypython.py"</commmad>
>   </menuitem>
> </menu>
> Is this possible?
> Do we want users to be able to add his own menu in this way?

I don't know the feasibility, but it would be a nice way to add
extendibility. Could it also be given shortcut bindings?

Jim Segrave           address@hidden

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