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Re: [Sc-devel] 3.2: OSX server GUI stuff

2008/1/30, Andrea Valle <valle@xxxxxxxxxxx>:
> Hi,
> Thanks for your work.
> On OSX:
> 1.
> couldn't we switch the positions between the two servers window, so that
> local server window stays near the corner?
> Actually, I'm always closing the internal one, as I always use local, also
> for cross platform compatibility.
> Maybe others too?

I think that's down to your own preference. I don't see why you'd
expect that preference to be common.

> 2.
> I always use SwingOSC. To have Swing for server windows I need this in
> startup:
> GUI.swing ;
> ~swing = SwingOSC.default.boot ;
> Server.internal.window.close ;
> s.window.close ;
> Routine.new({ 3.wait ; // empirical
>  s.makeWindow}).play(AppClock) ;
> (I think we have discussed this with Sciss)
> Is there something to do without using the hack?

You mean the "3.wait"? See the discussions over the past two or three
days about the Windows port, there was some discussion about exactly
this and IIRC there was a more elegant way to do it, but I can't
remember what right now.

> 3.
> Couldn't it be possible to have the GUI creator (UI menu) GUI compliant?

Yes, that would be nice. Someone should do it... but not me :)