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Re: Popovers in GTK


Hey David I saw several screenshots about the new Notebook widget but it is quite different from the one in granite. I don't think it will ever replace our DynamicNotebook.—
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On Thu, Jan 23, 2014 at 4:05 PM, Cody Garver <cody@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

> I've been using the PPA for a while and the only bugs I've observed are
> theme related like ugly notebooks and boxes around headerbar close and
> maximize buttons. At least I assume those are theme related.
> I don't know if you've mentioned it before, but another benefit of 3.12 is
> headerbars can have more than just the close button.
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> On Jan 23, 2014, at 8:54 AM, "Daniel Foré" <daniel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hey dudes,
> As you may know, popovers have landed in GTK!
> http://blogs.gnome.org/mclasen/2014/01/22/and-now-popovers/
> AFAIK, this means they will be available in GTK 3.12, which is imo yet
> another reason to reach for GTK 3.12 by default in Isis. If I understand
> correctly, the gnome team staging PPA for 14.04 is being set up such that
> we should be able to get packages for 3.12
> This would imply another deprecated widget in Granite since the GTK widget
> should be able to do everything that our widget does and hopefully doesn't
> have the quirky bugs that our widget has.
> So, basically I think we should probably make a decision about whether we
> intend to ship GTK 3.12 in Isis or not.
> -- 
> Best Regards,
> Daniel Foré
> elementaryos.org
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