Hi,

"J. Grant" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

> >> > Another argument is that we would certainly not want to drop the
> >> > current user interface since it works well for a lot of people. So
> >> I seriously doubt that any user would object against having WiW in
> >> the  preferences.
> > That's not my point. But adding WiW to the GIMP code will almost
> > certainly add a level of complexity to to the user interface code. Let
> > alone the fact that noone has yet come up with a proposal on how
> > plug-in dialogs should be handled.
> 
> IMHO, the plugins could be left un-bound to any window as they are atm.
> Or is there a hard coded underlying attachment between the plugin and
> parent windows required for it all to work?

Are you saying that plug-in dialogs should be handled differently than
core dialogs? If we want to implement WiW, then plug-in dialogs need
IMO be embedded into the container windows just like any other GIMP
dialog.


Sven
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