[Chandler-dev] Review : Styles in Chandler

Jed Burgess jed at osafoundation.org
Mon Apr 3 12:12:22 PDT 2006


I'm going to have to postpone today's review.  I have some personal 
stuff that I have to take care of this afternoon.

Jed


> Hi,
>
> We'll have a review of Jed's document Monday 2pm in Gotham in lieu of 
> the weekly Geek Talk. We'll use the bridge for the remote folks.
>
> Cheers,
> - Philippe
>
>
> Jed Burgess wrote:
>> I'm working on a plan to unify how we handle styles in Chandler.  The 
>> goal of this project is to both create a central place where we can 
>> define and reference styles (fonts, borders, spacing, etc) and to 
>> allow designers to adjust the look of Chandler without having to have 
>> a specific knowledge of Python.  I've put up a first draft describing 
>> my plan at 
>> http://wiki.osafoundation.org/bin/view/Projects/StylesProject.  I'm 
>> currently close to checking in code to read and set font styles in 
>> Chandler which will show in more detail what I'm hoping to achieve
>>
>> I'm particularly interested in hearing any specific styles that 
>> people would like to be able to customize.  wxWidgets allows for a 
>> certain set of out-of-the-box customization, but part of this project 
>> is going to be adding functionality to wx.  To that extent I would 
>> appreciate feedback as to where to direct most of that energy.  
>> Currently I've heard the most requests for borders on blocks that are 
>> different on each side.  Any other suggestions for things that you 
>> would like to be able to tweak easily would be much appreciated.
>>
>> Thanks,
>> Jed
>>
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