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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 32158] - [PATCH] portal window icons order
Date Fri, 23 Sep 2005 10:05:57 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From durdina@asset.sk  2005-09-23 12:05 -------
I started to write long comment why the icons should be standarly ordered this 
way and no other but only at the end o writing I found the real point of your 
question.

...skipped long comment about why the icons should be in order minimize, 
maximize, close ( --MyWindow---------_[]X- )
...

The reason for changing order of aspects in cocoon.xconf is in the fact that I 
modified version of window.xsl in my own skin. Original window.xsl contains 
xsl:if's for enabling/disabling every singe icon. I changed that to xsl:for-
each for iterating icon aspects names and changed icon uris to match these 
names. My fault that I did not noticed this when I supplied this patch.

There are possibilities:
  a.) you apply my patch for changing order of aspect and nothing changes
  b.) i provide my currently modified window.xsl with xsl:for-each and changed 
names for icons files to match aspect names
  c.) i change my modified windows.xsl back to xsl:if, make change of icon 
order there and provide new patch

FullScreenCopletAspect.java patch should be applied anyway. It changes icon 
from fullscreen to maximize when window is in fullscreened state. Next state 
will after click is going to be maximized not fullscreened.

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