On Mar 16, 2011, at 1:39 PM, yvan volochine wrote:
On 03/16/2011 06:28 PM, Hans-Christoph Steiner wrote:
The way that the recent files are currently written to the File
carefully tailored to the way its normally done on the native
GNOME and Windows do it by putting them directly inline on the File
menu, Mac OS X does it on the Open Recent menu. I think KDE does a
Recent" menu like Mac OS X, but GNOME is quite a bit more prevalent
what I've seen.
I think this should stay like it is by default, but you can do
you want in a GUI plugin.
alright I 'll think about it and write a gui-plugin instead.
I don't have neither gnome nor kde but I think inlining 10 recent
items in the file menu is a bit too much =)
It seems that almost everything that you are doing should go into the
core. I am saying just the "Open Recent" versus File-inline issue
might be best resolved using GUI plugins. If there was overwhelming
support for using "Open Recent" by default on GNU/Linux, I could be
fine with that too.
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