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Re: [Bug-gnubg] Bug: image while offering a resignation

From: Holger
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] Bug: image while offering a resignation
Date: Thu, 10 Apr 2003 21:40:07 +0200

At 19:28 10.04.2003 +0000, Joern Thyssen wrote:
On Thu, Apr 10, 2003 at 08:55:43PM +0200, Holger wrote

> Some time ago I already suggested a yes/no choice. I'm not entirely sure
> about the best UI, but I suppose something like the following is close:
>                   +-----------+
>                   | Resign BG |
>                   +-----------+
>        +--------+               +--------+
>        | Accept |               | Reject |
>        +--------+               +--------+
> At least easier to code is only one button/sign. One could implement a left
> click for accept and right for reject. But without explanation hardly
> anybody will guess this. It's everything but intuitive.
> For drawing or rather loading an image I had a look at gdk-pixbuf. I don't
> know whether we want to use it because it doesn't come with GTK+ 1.3. There > is, however, also a version 1.0, but maybe not for Windows. In GTK+ 2.2 for
> Windows there is gdk-pixbuf 2.0. Maybe it's possible to use it together
> with GTK+ 1.3?

It's probably preferable to render images using a set of formulae, since
this scales well compared to a bitmap picture.

Is there any open source library that reads vector graphics and can convert this to an image? This should be the ultimate solution.

One button is probably preferable since it would work on exported PNG
images as well.

This is a point, but I'm not sure whether this is more important than an easy UI. Besides, those extra buttons could be drawn outside of CalculateArea() and thus shouldn't appear in PNG export.



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