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Re: Horizontal menus.

From: David Ayers
Subject: Re: Horizontal menus.
Date: Fri, 29 Nov 2002 20:00:51 +0100
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Pete French wrote:

This seems very counterproductive; I use apps without any windows all
the time.

IIt is a bit odd - in practice you end up making your apps pop up some
kind of welcomepage when they launch, or an inspector or something. I
cant remember what Interface Builder under NT does. I havent dared try and
install the NT version of OpenStep under XP as yet :-)
Yes, under Windows:
PB: has a main window which has text veiw listing the opened projects (which is simply empty if no project is open, and you can activate the that projects "document" window by clicking it's entry, once it's loaded.)
IB: opens it's palettes window.
EOModeler: opens an empty model. (This, I find irritatiing at times.)

But like Alexander pointed out.  If you want themes, implement them. ;-)


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