discuss-gnustep
[Top][All Lists]
Advanced

[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index]

Re: ANN: PictureFrame 1.0.0


From: Fred Kiefer
Subject: Re: ANN: PictureFrame 1.0.0
Date: Sun, 04 Nov 2007 16:06:56 +0100
User-agent: Thunderbird 1.5.0.12 (X11/20060911)

Sebastian Reitenbach wrote:
> Hi Adam,
> 
> Adam Fedor <address@hidden> wrote: 
>> PictureFrame version 1.0.0 is available.
>>
>> PictureFrame.app
>> ======================
>>
>> PictureFrame.app is an application meant to be run on your own home- 
>> built
>> digital picture frame (e.g. an old laptop you've taken apart and  
>> mounted in
>> a nice picture frame). Its a picture viewer for people who want more.
>> After all, if you have this big powerful computer in your picture frame,
>> it should be able to do more than just display photos! PictureFrame.app
>> does do more. At the bottom of the screen, it will display an  
>> information
>> frame containing a clock (digital or analog), information about the  
>> photo
>> being displayed and the current weather and forecast!  
>> PictureFrame.app is
>> expandable, and in the future, people might add more things it can do.
>>
>>
> I got it to show me images here on OpenBSD, I like it,
> but I had some issues.
> 
> It was looking for images in ~/Pictures, despite in the preferences in the 
> Picture tab the Album: is set to Album, or is that unrelated?
> Nevertheless, it does not seem to take changes to the preferences 
> effectively. I select the checkboxes for clock, whether, ... but they do not 
> appear. The only clocktype I can choose is Analog Clock and Date.
> Also when I close PictureFrame, and reopen it, the old preferences are back.
> 

This was a problem of GNUstep not getting the tags of the controls
correctly. I fixed that in the SVN code yesterday. There are still other
issues with GNUstep, I am looking into them right now. My feeling is
that Adam made a great application for Cocoa and now wants to get us to
improve GNUstep until this application works there without changing the
application itself. This is quite a challenge, but I think GNUstep is
ready for it. There should only be small issues to fix to get it
working. (OK, this time I may be a bit to optimistic)

Cheers,
Fred




reply via email to

[Prev in Thread] Current Thread [Next in Thread]