[ANN] Shout version 2 available now + Add on for Monticello
amtween at hotmail.com
Thu May 13 00:20:30 UTC 2004
Note that I have changed the name of PluggableTextMorphWithStyler to
PluggableShoutMorph in the latest release.
It has new methods and a new instance var - unstyledAcceptText (to solve a
bug when accepting), but other than that it is the same.
I'm curious - what are your 'small browsers'? I don't recall seeing them
before, are they available for download?
I am currently attempting to create optional Shout add-ons / enablers for
the existing browsers.
I have one for Whisker, which seems to work well, but I have yet to release
I also have some code for OmniBrowser; which appears to be evolving rapidly,
so I will wait for its next release before finalising anything.
The browser for Traits uses OmniBrowser, and therefore, although I have done
some work on incorporating Traits, the comments above apply here also.
Steven Swerling is investigating the integration of Shout into SVI.
If you, or others, know of any additional browsers/editors that might
benefit from a Shout enabler then please let me know and I will attempt to
----- Original Message -----
From: "stéphane ducasse" <ducasse at iam.unibe.ch>
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Sent: Wednesday, May 12, 2004 8:46 PM
Subject: Re: [ANN] Shout version 2 available now + Add on for Monticello
I was stupid. When I started to implement PluggableTextMorphWithStyler
I saw that you already did it.
Excellent I will try to use then :)
On 12 mai 04, at 21:40, stéphane ducasse wrote:
> Hi andy
> I checked and I use PluggableTextMorph for my small browsers. Do you
> know if this is difficult
> to extend shout to work also with PluggableTextMorph. I'm not really
> good with morph and
> I do not have so much time, so I would like to know your point of view.
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