peter sikking <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> said on Feb 19, 2008 13:46 -0500
I have Windows only experience (not Linux or Mac) so maybe I'm missing
something here ...
You missed one of the mails in this thread then. If we use this window
> as a DND target, where should our users drop images when it is not
I think the remaining question is: when GIMP is not the foreground
application (toolbox and inspectors hidden, as they should) where
can users d+d files apart from on the taskbar icon?
In Windows D'n'D, for a non-visible application works "everywhere" as
drag to taskbar button which brings that application to foreground. User
(still w/o releasing mouse button) then drags to to window which has
just been brought to foreground and releases.
This works now with current Gimp whether there is an image open or not
so long as the first bring to foreground is done to the Gimp toolbox window.
So wrt. remaining question: "where can users d+d files apart from on the
taskbar icon?" . Why is there any need for anything else? That's how
Windows user expect ALL applications to behave.
Regards ... Alec -- buralex-gmail
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