SqueakMap project visability
mail at marco-paga.de
Sat Apr 5 13:17:05 UTC 2003
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On Saturday 05 April 2003 15:50, Daniel Vainsencher wrote:
> IIUC, what you're saying is that we should have certain specific useful
> states, that tailor both the filters and maybe the view. Right?
yes. that's exactly what i meant.
> 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?
It's becuase of my bad english. I don't know the right word for it in
english. have a look at kmail for example. go ahead and change the prefs.
then you can change your identity and so on. Oon the right side you can
choose between general,signature and so on. that's what i mean.
> Marco Paga <mail at marco-paga.de> wrote:
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> > Hi.
> > 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)
> > system.
> > regards
> > marco
> > 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
> > [SNIP]
> > - --
> > Marco Paga, mail at marco-paga.de , http://www.marco-paga.de
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Marco Paga, mail at marco-paga.de , http://www.marco-paga.de
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