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Re: [ANN] Azalea preview


From: Yen-Ju Chen
Subject: Re: [ANN] Azalea preview
Date: Mon, 24 Apr 2006 21:48:21 -0700

On 4/24/06, Jonathan Isom <address@hidden> wrote:
> Hey
>         when ever a gnustep menu disappears and reapears it moves diaganolly
> whether its a normal pallete menu or NSMacintoshInterfaceStyle.  The times
> I tried Azalea it has bugged the hell out of me.  other wise its looking
> nice.
>         thanks
>                 Jonathan

  I am not aware this problem. Need to take a closer look.
  The bottom line is that if it happens to OpenBox3, then it is an
inherited bug.
  If not, then something is wrong during the porting.
  One way to debug is to try earlier revision from svn
  and see which one break OpenBox3.
  It should be quite stable now.
  I use it as default window manager with Gnome,
  and with GNUstep occasionally.

  Yen-Ju

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> On 2006-04-24 19:42:01 -0500 Yen-Ju Chen <address@hidden> wrote:
>
> > I would like to announce the preview version Azalea.
> > Azalea is a window manager ported from OpenBox3 
> > (http://icculus.org/openbox/).
> > It is part of Étoilé project.
> > It can handle GNUstep window style and window level.
> > Besides that, it should behave the same as openbox.
> > It depends on freetype, fontconfig and libxml.
> > More features can be enabled by modifying GNUmakefile.
> > It is supposed to be minimal and all the functions are ready.
> > If people want to implement a dock, workspace switcher or taskbar
> > in another application, I can help on Xwindow-side.
> >
> > Azalea can be download from Etoile SVN under 
> > Etoile/Services/Private/Azalea..
> > Bug reports are welcome.
> >
> > Have fun.
> >
> > Yen-Ju
> >
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