Alan Horkan <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> When using the GIMP I prefer to have the document window maximized. On
> windows this means that the Toolbox will get pushed behind and it is
> extremely awkward and I believe this is a significant part of the problem
> that most users want solved. Something as simple as an always on top
> option for the toolbox might be enough to make things easier for users
> like me who occasionally use crappy window managers.
The code is already prepared to use gtk_window_keep_above() but we
will need GTK+-2.4 for this so this will have to wait for GIMP-2.2.
> Speaking of maxmising the avialable workspace and it does seem to be
> of interst to more users than just me (I love the fullscreen mode by
> the way and) is there any way to hide the scrollbars?
Sure, it's in the View menu and you can configure the default
appearance (for fullscreen and normal view) in the preferences
dialog. I wonder why you didn't look there.
> I would like to be able to get rid of the scrollbars and use keys for
> scrolling* up and down the page or alternatively use the
> overview/navigation widget.
> [the following bug is asking for the ability to use specific keys for
> scrolling, currently there doesn't seem to be ANY way to assign ANY keys
> at all to scrolling http://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=53988 ]
I might be wrong but shouldn't you be able to specify keys for
scrolling using GTK+ bindings?
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