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On Tue, 2011-03-08 at 15:51 -0500, Jon McCann wrote:
On Tue, 2011-03-08 at 00:02 +0100, Christoph Noack wrote:
We're deprecating with the intent of eliminating the use of
GtkStatusIcons (the notification area).  So there are things like:

The quickstarter thing that lives there isn't enabled by default
out-of-the-box anymore on a fresh install, though of we still honour the
setting if it was previously enabled. I'm not sure if we want a sort of
"if we're running under GNOME3 then forget about it" kind of thing.

We're also have new guidelines for notifications (libnotify type).  Do
you use those at all?

No I don't think so, though I had wondered previously if we should run
our help warnings (like the first time autocorrection changes something
for you it tells you about it and how to disable it if you want) through
the notification area. So guidelines on if that's a really stupid idea
would be helpful :-)

Other things to note in that screenshot are:
 * the button order is incorrect for use in GNOME.  The Print button
should be at the right side.

Mind you, for the print dialog at least, a lot of these problems would
go away if/when we use the native gtk print dialog there. *cough*,
dtardon was poking at that a while ago, but I think that slipped off the


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