From: Bjørn Roald (bjorn_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-09-29 07:02:30
Simon Birchen said:
> Andy Little wrote:
> Could it least not be as ugly as Java's UI? :D
> More seriously, UI consistancy with the local platform is rather
> important. On X systems, every time you double-click the title it
> collapses into it, while on Windows it maximises! The GUI should by
> default behave the same as the rest of the user's programs.
> Think of it as localising to the users UI locale.
localizing and locale, interesting... TrollTech call it Style ;-)
Just to show that this can be done, in case anybody was thinking
otherwise. It actually works flawlessly, under the hood they hide details
all details. Some times you actually have to be on the real OS platform to
get all details to look native, as it adapts to higher level drawing
primitives in the its platform when detected to do some of the drawing.
Again, it actually works.
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