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PAUL WILLIAMSON
2004-08-04, 11:02
How about an "Always on top" option for this? I looked over
the readme and didn't see anything.

Also, when using the small slim devices skin, shouldn't the remote
be resized as well? It looks good when everything is the normal size,

but if the vfd is small and the remote is large, it just looks odd.

Should I enter these into bugs list?

Paul

rtitmuss
2004-08-04, 14:11
Paul,

I am keeping a list of Softsqueeze enhancements at
http://softsqueeze.sourceforge.net/todo.html. Keeping the window always on
top is already in the list, it's just tricky to do in Java - but I have just
noticed it is possible with Java 1.5. It will be in the next release :).

Regards,
Richard


----- Original Message -----
From: "PAUL WILLIAMSON" <pwilliamson (AT) mandtbank (DOT) com>
To: <discuss (AT) lists (DOT) slimdevices.com>
Sent: Wednesday, August 04, 2004 7:02 PM
Subject: [slim] Softsqueeze suggestions


> How about an "Always on top" option for this? I looked over
> the readme and didn't see anything.
>
> Also, when using the small slim devices skin, shouldn't the remote
> be resized as well? It looks good when everything is the normal size,
>
> but if the vfd is small and the remote is large, it just looks odd.
>
> Should I enter these into bugs list?
>
> Paul
>
>

mherger
2004-08-04, 14:12
> How about an "Always on top" option for this? I looked over
> the readme and didn't see anything.

Should have read the todo list instead ;-) It is there

Skin/UI
- Menus bar
- Refactor skin code and xml format
- Support for generic IR (infra-red) commands
- Width/height attribute in GroupDef tag
- Window transparency
- Window always-on-top
- Add album art
- Playlist window/editor

(http://softsqueeze.sourceforge.net/todo.html)

> Also, when using the small slim devices skin, shouldn't the remote
> be resized as well? It looks good when everything is the normal size,
>
> but if the vfd is small and the remote is large, it just looks odd.

--

Michael

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