Royce Mitchell III
royce3 at ev1.net
Mon Jul 25 17:50:28 CEST 2005
> Alex Ionescu wrote:
>> Martin Fuchs wrote:
>>> Sorry, I can't reproduce this problem on (MS) Windows. As I currently
>>> don't have a working ROS installation - and don't know how to debug
>>> such in reasonable time, I don't think I can help you here very much.
>>> However I can say, the Explorer start menu and the context menus are
>>> not related in any way. I guess this might be a focus handling problem
>>> somewhere in the USER32 code handling window creation/keyboard message
>> You're right, it works fine on Windows. But I'm not going to let you
>> go so easily ;). Here's something which is in explorer, has been
>> there since 0.2.0 and really bugs me, it's on Windows too... you
>> create the buttons on the task bar too low... they aren't centered,
>> so they are much lower then they should be...and it looks really bad,
>> especially on ReactOS (but on Windows too).
>> Can you fix that please ? :)
>> Best regards,
>> Alex Ionescu
> I'm going to piggyback this with another request :)
> When browsing through the start menu and pointing at an item which has
> further sub-items, it is expanded straight away. This makes the start
> menu expand everything as the mouse quickly moves across it.
> It would be nicer to have it as it is in Windows or KDE, etc, whereby
> the pointer needs to hover over a particular item for around 0.5-1.0
> secs before it expands.
> Hope that makes sense.
I prefer the instant reaction. If we're going to change it, can we make
it configurable, please?
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