brandoncash at gmail.com
Fri Mar 17 11:25:48 EST 2006
João Pedro Soares Henriques wrote:
> On Fri, 17 Mar 2006 12:41:07 +0100
> Manuel Colmenero <m.kolme at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Fri, 17 Mar 2006 10:47:56 +0000
>> David Barr <david at chalkskeletons.com> wrote:
>>> if anyone has a copy of stylebox (an openbox theme editor of yesterday)
>>> it was written in python by katanalynx (ava jarvis) it won't work with
>>> openbox3, but if i recall it only needs a few changes, paths, and a few
>>> additions/changes to part of the themerc
>> If you find it, send it to me - I was thinking of writing a style editor in python! I started to play writing obrender bindings for python (To hava sort of a WYSIWYG). There's a script that comes with Openbox to update old styles. Particularly the function "simple_replace" may be really useful.
>> BTW, then I thought about using these obrender bindings with pypanel too. The modified version of pypanel (See the picture, which is sort of a living-mockup, it doesn't use obrender yet). I use this "living mockup" and like it so much that I started writing it from scratch in C, some sort of fspanel using obrender.
>> Anyone interested in these stuff?
>> m.kolme en gmail.com
> Your modified pypanel seems quite interesting, where can I get it?
> A panel as good as pypanel writen in C looks really interesting.
> I'd like to help but I never tried to do anything like it, but I am a
> good learner.
I second that. I've been toying around with the idea of writing a panel
from scratch with C (although a obrender panel would be quite nice as
well), so I would be interested in helping with that project.
Keep me apprised.
-- Brandon Cash
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