rekkanoryo at rekkanoryo.org
Mon Sep 3 11:13:57 EDT 2007
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Ethan Blanton wrote:
> Sean Egan spake unto us the following wisdom:
>> - Why is it ok to save and restore the position of the buddy list but
>> not the conversations?
> If this is seriously a show-stopper, I would come down saying that
> it's not OK to save either one, and we should remove the buddy list
> position code. That said, I do in fact believe that the buddy list is
> more reasonable -- because a) there is only one buddy list, and b) it
> is not transient, as are conversations.
I agree entirely with Ethan and Luke's statements on all of the points brought
up in this thread. I do, however have something to add to this point in
particular. I don't think *any* window of *any* software package should have
its position remembered and requested by the application; therefore, I don't see
a reason for the buddy list window to have its position remembered.
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