Re: Mozilla goes GTK+ instead of Qt
>> "JC" == Joseph Carter <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
JC> It's great news... Now I have to ask, does this mean we lose collapsable
JC> menubars in Netscape and replace them with drag-off-the window like Gnome,
JC> keep them collapsable, replace drag-off with collapsing bars to Gnome, or
JC> make both support both?
The drag-off menubars are are copy of a bad kde konzept (which itself
is a copy of a bad M$ feature). The Menus and Submenus you can tear
off in Motif and TK applications are much more useful.
If I drag of the menubar, I still have to click myself into the
submenu. When I tear off this submenu, I have the entries right there.
I really don't understand why GTK doesn't have them.