In case others do not read Svens journal this might be of interest
Sven was lucky enough to win a Nokia handheld device and has expressed
interest in creating a custom version of the GIMP to work on the smaller
display. I imagine any such version of the GIMP would by necessity be
much slimmer (hopefully some of which could be incorporated in the
standard version) and would also be designed to work well with Pen input
devices. Essentially it would very likely be the the Tablet friendly <!--
insert drug reference here  --> version of the GIMP you are interested
in seeing. If you want to see this happen perhaps you could asks Sven for
ways to him help out?
Open Clip Art http://OpenClipArt.org
Alan's Diary http://advogato.org/person/AlanHorkan/
 GIMP on Steroids? Suggests power but not slimness.
Bruce Lee is compact and powerful but his was a different kind of Arts.
On Thu, 23 Jun 2005, Tim E. Jedlicka - wrk wrote:
> Date: Thu, 23 Jun 2005 14:57:45 -0500
> From: Tim E. Jedlicka - wrk <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: [Gimp-user] Making GIMP a little more tablet friendly, maybe?
> Sven> One is the user point of view: a cluttered preferences
> Sven> dialog makes it very hard to locate the option you are
> Sven> looking for.
> Is a compromise possible? Looking at how firefox handles this,
> there are menu based preferences, and then there are "customizations" via
> about:config. about:config is even somewhat searchable/filter-able. If
> something like this was implemented then gimp could "vouch"/test the menu
> options, but if you invoke a "customization" then Your Kilometage May Vary.
> Then we could argue whether an option should be a "preference" or a
> Timothy Jedlicka, [EMAIL PROTECTED], 1-630-713-4436, AOL-IM=tjbonzo
> Network Entomologist, Lucent Technologies, LWS NOVE Lab Operations
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