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Re: Mozilla goes GTK+ instead of Qt

On Thu, 29 Oct 1998, Havoc Pennington wrote:

> On Fri, 30 Oct 1998, Paul Seelig wrote:
> > 
> > GTK is nice, but not my dream being a user. I'd wish it would support
> > using the keyboard as well as Motif or Qt. And then i severely miss the
> > possibility of true tear off menus like in Motif and even Tcl/Tk. The tear
> > off toolbars are not very practical in comparison IMHO.
> Both of these are solved in recent snapshots, I think. You can navigate
> the menus by doing Alt-whatever to open them, then with arrow keys and
> return. Also individual items have accelerators. There are tear-off menus
> too, though few if any apps are using them yet. They look just like the
> Motif ones to me.
Wow, this is really *great* news!  Do you know any gtk+ application that
already uses these tear-off menus? I'd really like to check this out!

                                 Thank you, P. *8^)
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