BSchwab at anest.ufl.edu
Sat Oct 14 17:38:16 UTC 2006
> I just grabbed 7063 and the current win32 VM, and opened the image.
> Something is not right with the system window stripe coloring. The
> active state is somehow not following the keyboard focus. Click in
> various workspaces and you should see what I mean. If it is a corrupt
> instance, I would start looking at the lower right workspace, but that
> is simply a hunch. One could argue that the lower right workspace
> appears not to deactivate???
I do not understand where it comes from. On mac I have the correct
or I think I see it. ;)
With the downloaded image, just alternately click between the bottom two
workspaces. I am seeing no change in their stripe coloring, suggesting
that something is not respecting and/or representing its active/inactive
> As a related aside, I still recommend flipping the #isActive tests
> appending #not) in #setStripeColorsFrom:. Try it (see below) for a
> minutes and I suspect you will see what I mean - suddenly the active
> window is "stronger" than the inactive ones.
This is strange because I get no difference.
The topmost is the brightest.
Note that you will need to activate each system window in turn to see
the effects. The inactive views will then have lighter stripes, but I
maintain that it is much more intuitive that the darker/stronger valued
stripe belongs to the active window.
Wilhelm K. Schwab, Ph.D.
University of Florida
Department of Anesthesiology
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Gainesville, FL 32610-0254
Email: bills at anest4.anest.ufl.edu
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