hi, question:
On Mon, Nov 24, 2003 at 06:42:21PM +0100, Sven Neumann wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> Rapha??l Quinet <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> 
> > > You can already add a tools list/grid to whatever dock you like.
> > 
> > But this list or grid of tools does not behave like the one in the
> > toolbox, unfortunately.  The grid view does not behave as set of
> > buttons (different background color, no highlighting on mouse-over)
> > and it is not possible to drag & drop images (as mentioned in Dave's
> > message).  It would be nice to replace the main tools area in the
> > toolbox by a grid view of the tools if these differences could be
> > fixed.  But then there would be even less reasons to treat the toolbox
> > differently from all other docks.
> 
> Exactly and that's why the toolbox is special. It holds the tool
> buttons, it decides what tool is active, it has the most important
> menu and for that reason it also creates images when things are
> dropped there.
> 
> > If the menu could also be removed or dragged to another dock, then
> > the last difference between the toolbox and the other docks would go
> > away.  Or did I miss something important?
> 
> You missed the important fact that the menu cannot be removed and that
> we don't intent to change this. Face it, as it stands, the toolbox is
> special. I really don't understand why you are questioning this. It's
> a fact.
> 
What about the tools that only appear in the menus?

carol

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