New XPToolkit Docs Coming Online
Tuesday May 11th, 1999
The XPToolkit team has been working hard to document all of the features of the new UI, and that work has begun showing up here. The new docs include how to set various items in the chrome, what is not working, and what is going to change in the future.
If you are working on your own custom UI, be sure to check this out, as it will not only explain what tags to use for each area of the UI, but also how each of the tags works and interacts with the rest of the client.
#1 Re:New XPToolkit Docs Coming Online
by OLEVariant <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Tuesday May 11th, 1999 7:03 PM
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Is the wrapper for Mozilla going to be a XUL interface?
If so, how will it's performance be relative to a platform specific UI wrapper?
What I'm getting at here is that it doesn't seem to make sense to develop a 'small' browsing component who's interface requires a 'high-end' system.
Don't mean to sound critical, from my own experience I've observed that customizable 'skins' come at a great price... performance.