Monthly Archives: July 2012

More Files

Continuing my work from yesterday, the Files menu now gets preview and mime icons for items, and the GTK bookmark directories are expandable as well. Subsequently, it was decided that this menu should only show directories: Ticket #1231: New bouton … Continue reading

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EFM Day

After a long morning shoring up eeze mounting security and then subsequently preventing it from ever being built, I got back to some trac tickets for a bit. Ticket #1230: File menu access from EFM contextual menu   Ticket #hardmode … Continue reading

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To Gadget, Or Not To Gadget…

Today is a good day to update. After yesterday’s fun where I may or may not have broken gadman pretty thoroughly, I spent the first couple hours today fixing it. Slightly. So now there will be no more occurrences of … Continue reading

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Startup Times

During my time working with EIO integration, one thing I’ve been looking at is load times. E17 takes far too long to start up, and this is something I am going to be actively working on. One of the biggest … Continue reading

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Blog Fixed!

Apparently the codemonkeys at wordpress took my annoyances seriously: the blog interface was fixed yesterday! Now I can get back to writing things that nobody will ever read. Except for my loyal reader, glima. First up I spent an amazing … Continue reading

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Enlightenment Hero of the Week: demarchi (Lucas De Marchi)

I forgot to write one of these last week because I got distracted by not writing one. This week’s EHW, as a result of his recent work, is Lucas De Marchi. Some readers may have noticed that over the years, … Continue reading

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Broken Blog

I got in to work today and everything was broken, even the internet. Since most of the blogging UI is broken and writing html manually isn’t really my thing, entries will be abbreviated until wordpress gets its act together. Ticket … Continue reading

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More Features

One change I forgot to mention from yesterday is new EFM globbing support in the typebuf: When combined with the new typebuf navigation, this makes EFM a very powerful tool that allows extremely quick navigation through the filesystem. In related … Continue reading

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Borders

After yesterday’s dialog rewrites, I decided to continue doing UI improvements. First up was the fileselector widget: by working on the efm typebuf mechanism, it became worth using, and so a problem was exposed: when using the efm widget, the … Continue reading

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Dialogs

Ticket #1181: E: Issues with keybinding to move windows between screens. This was a bit of a confusing bug since it listed a number of “issues” which were n0t bugs, but intended behavior. Basically it boiled down to windows not … Continue reading

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