ryagmur at gmail.com
Wed Jan 28 06:44:47 EST 2009
I am no developer so i want to make my point as a user.
If there will be two different windows, instead of always on top, how it
sounds taking the chat and video windows to top if any of them focused (
like linking together / grouping ). Mean while videotalk some may need to
use other windows. At this point windows that are always on top bothers
other windows. May be not very accurate comparison but i am thinking
similiar situation for GIMP and i would like them to be linked like i say.
Any one disagree is welcome, they are not programs for same aim.
And for Joseph
But not everybody use screenlets. Making things dependant unnecessarly is
not the best way IMHO.
ramazan.yagmur at gmail.com
2009/1/28 Joseph Le Brech <jlebrech at hotmail.com>
> can you have the videos tiled?
> what about it showing in the ROOT window in XWindows?
> Or what about just having a stream file, and just using a screenlet display
> that stream?
> > Date: Wed, 28 Jan 2009 11:44:13 +0100
> > From: ben at bridts.be
> > To: cmaiku at gmail.com
> > Subject: Re: VV GUI
> > CC: devel at pidgin.im
> > Maiku wrote:
> > > we're starting to
> > > think that detaching the media from the conversation window is likely
> > > the best course of action. It could pop up with an accept dialog
> > > similar to how file transfers currently work. A few of the benefits of
> > > this would be being able to resize the video well, you wouldn't have
> > > to open a conversation to participate in a media session, and it would
> > > work better when MUC media sessions are added.
> > more benefits: it could be made always on top, without having the
> conversation always on top.
> > Multiple conversations with and without chat would look consistent when
> changing tabs.
> > > Let me know what you think,
> > I think (imho) it's a great idea
> > Are you planning to make the preview of your own video a different
> window, or would it be in the
> > same as the video you receive?
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