[Squeakland] Re: [Etoys] squeak bump #2 ... where did my work go?!?
bert at freudenbergs.de
Fri Oct 5 00:58:22 PDT 2007
On Oct 5, 2007, at 5:26 , Yoshiki Ohshima wrote:
> Hi, Tim,
>> Okay, I understand the XO Journal thing better (though I might not
>> personally agree with it :)
> Current implementation is missing some important features and hard
> to use. The fundamental idea can be great, I think. (Alan mentioned
> that Engelbert's NLS had the idea, too.) Hierarachical file system is
> some implementation detail to be hidden and being able to keep all
> versions (which is missing from current Journal) would be great.
>> This still begs the question ... how does the non-XO world open a
>> project. Dragging and dropping from the file system means that
>> people need to know how to find their files :)
>> Is it possible to show a "load" menu icon when the image is being run
>> on a non-XO?
> Yes, this is the idea. on a non-XO environment, we will show
> conventional file dialog. If you trace back the code for a few month,
> you'll see that we used to show "conventional" (though redesigned)
> file dialog.
As I wrote previously, use the classic navigator outside OLPC.
Press Alt-Shift-W to bring up the world menu (I really think we
should not hide this as much). Pin it down using the top-right button
for further use.
Select "flaps..." - "destroy all shared flaps", then "install classic
- Bert -
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