SqueakMap project visability
danielv at netvision.net.il
Sat Apr 5 13:50:51 UTC 2003
IIUC, what you're saying is that we should have certain specific useful
states, that tailor both the filters and maybe the view. Right?
I don't know the "windows index card". I swim with the penguins.
Anything like it for Gnome? screenshot, if you think it would help?
Marco Paga <mail at marco-paga.de> wrote:
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> I think you have to have three different kinds of situations in mind:
> 1. install a new package
> 2. view all installed packages
> 3. update a package
> install: the user wants to see every package that is available. You could mark
> the package that are suggested for the used version by using bold font (like
> Andreas Raab said).
> view all installed: here you can see all of your installed packages. (filter:
> all installed)
> update: you can go here to see for which packages are updates online. (filter:
> all installed, new or newer packages)
> I would like to see something the windows index card (de: karteikarten)
> ps: i don't know if it was clear.
> On Saturday 05 April 2003 02:18, Daniel Vainsencher wrote:
> > I didn't take offense at all. When I create stuff, it's obvious to me
> > that other people with different perspectives may find it "differently"
> > cool ( ;-), and their perspectives may help make it better.
> > I would love to hear yours, but in detail, since a general statement
> > doesn't carry the information needed. Be specific.
> > BTW, there are also other package loaders, like the Categorical SM
> > PackageLoader. You might want to browse around, and either switch, or
> > see what you like better about each, and maybe combine, or whatever.
> > Have fun.
> > Daniel
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