- Cooperative use of user's skin/theme selections on the desktop, with unique skin/theme specification possible
- [KBK 30 January 2000] Printing from a Tcl/Tk app.
- Drag and Drop - developer could meet this need by making use of tkdnd (except that doesn't work on MacOS X).
DKF - strange... I would have reversed the priorities of skins and D&D... Ho hum.? - As a user, or as a developer? On comp.lang.tcl I have seen few users who asked for drag and drop - but often see requests about skins.DKF - But application authors can already do that sort of thing by reading resources correctly and maybe also recoding some widgets in terms of the canvas widget. Sure, it's a lot of work for app authors, but it is possible (unlike D&D which is severely restricted.) As I was saying, MMOVFY...Vince - I agree that D&D is urgent. Not necessarily every bell and whistle of dnd, but the basic ability to drop a bit of text into a window, drag a url into an entry, etc.GPS - BLT provides an easy method for having themes. This part of BLT should be merged with the standard Tk distribution.This code:
set file1 ../demos/images/chalk.gif set file2 ../demos/images/tan_paper.gif image create photo texture1 -file $file1 image create photo texture2 -file $file2 option add *Frame.Tile texture1 option add *Toplevel.Tile texture1 option add *Label.Tile texture1 option add *Scrollbar.tile texture1 option add *Button.tile texture1Creates this appearance:DKF - Now that is cool...GPS: My new (since I wrote about BLT's feature) Tk_Theme package provides theme support for systems with X.
What would it take to do keyboard and mouse emulation?