Peter Dennis Bartok
Mon, 20 Dec 2004 13:10:19 -0700
The things you describe may be done through a theme module, however, the
initial implementation must be all managed and self-contained. If someone
were to develop something specific to the Mac it wouldn't help the rest of
the users, so the goal is to first have something that is usable everywhere
and then do the 'cool' stuff when the regular code is in.
From: "Urs C Muff" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "Aleksandar Dezelin" <email@example.com>
Cc: "Ashwin Bharambe" <firstname.lastname@example.org>;
Date: 20 December, 2004 06:34
Subject: Re: [Mono-winforms-list] Dialogs
>Some of that is not quite possible in full managed code, especially for
>Win32, and MacOS, since the OS allows to extend the Open/Save dialog
>provided by the system. In the case of Win32 you can have plug-ins
>into explorer, like TortoiseCVS that will show up in the Open/Save
>dialog, and other explorer like plug-ins (on a OS level).
>On Dec 20, 2004, at 5:45 AM, Aleksandar Dezelin wrote:
>> Ashwin Bharambe wrote:
>>> [This mail is not sent to the list]
>>> Hi Aleksander,
>>> I don't know the answer to that question either. How are you rendering
>>> the actual dialog though? Using stuff from System.Drawing? Is there
>>> any template file around for looking into the details?
>> I think we should implement those dialogs in 100% C# code using MWF
>> controls. Those dialogs should have the look and feel of the original
>> .NET SWF dialogs.
>> Aleksandar Dezelin
>> Linux is like wigwham - no windows, no gates, and apache inside...
>> Mono-winforms-list maillist - Monoemail@example.com
>Mono-winforms-list maillist - Monofirstname.lastname@example.org