[shr] feature request - power

jeremy jozwik jerjoz.forums at gmail.com
Thu May 21 16:30:02 CEST 2009

thats better. more explanation to a reason is vastly better than just
saying... make your own theme.

its not entirely the thinness of the buttons but the overall process of
actually switching it. ive tried all the settings in elementary in regards
to finger scrolling and nothing seems to improve the feedback or
responsiveness of dragging that little switch. even on different versions of
shr, i personally believe it would just be simplier as a on/off toggle.
maybe thats just me?

i would think that would not require a rebuild of a theme, just what icon is
displayed for the setting. if its an issue no one else cares about then
could you point me in the direction of how to just switch that UI element to
a button rather then a slider. right now i have no idea how most of the ui
coding is acheived.

On Thu, May 21, 2009 at 7:19 AM, Johny Tenfinger <seba.dos1 at gmail.com>wrote:

> On Thu, May 21, 2009 at 16:09, jeremy jozwik <jerjoz.forums at gmail.com>
> wrote:
> > well nuts to that...
> >
> > "I can switch them easly... Closing as upstream - looking of elementary
> >  Toggles depends on elementary theme. If you think default elementary
> theme
> >  is bad, please report it on e tracker (or develop SHR theme ;) )"
> (that was me who closed that ticket, and i'm main developer of
> shr-settings)
> Size of Toggles (that sliders) is equal to size of buttons. So what's
> the problem? It only looks thin. I agree on one - we really should
> have our own elementary (and e17 at all) theme. But we don't have at
> the moment. That's why i closed ticket, as it's not possible to do
> easily without breaking everything. I hope you understand :)
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