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Friday July 27th, 2001
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#15 Re: Re: Re: Mozilla
by rgelb <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sunday July 29th, 2001 5:27 PM
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It's great, that the backend for most of these things is already there. But that doesn't do the user any good.
1. The Prefs need to show a checkbox for this. Also, care must be taken to separate from popups that user initiates and those that pop up without user asking (like at netscape.com and most porn sites).
3. What I meant was a UI much like Visual Basic for Applications, which is bundled with MS Office. Since the backend is already there, why not add this functionality.
4. I understand that it can be done. Why do it in 10 steps when one step will do.
6. Aqua theme is not usable. It is not polished and other than the background has nothing to do with MacOS X. Other themes (except for one or two) on x.themes.org are similarly useless.