Third-party Work on New Menubar for Mozilla
Thursday June 17th, 1999
Arielb has an interesting piece of news:
"Ben Goodger is working an interesting theme for mozilla with a nice preliminary shot here.
Notice that the menu bar now has a grippy just like the other toolbars. Unfortunately submenus don't work yet so bug #8397 was filed. But I think this is a superior approach for handling menus. Following up on that is this news[group] article. You can now play around with the chrome and note some of the issues involved."
#11 Re:Third-party Work on New Menubar for Mozilla
Friday June 18th, 1999 5:16 PM
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The mac would have it's own XUL file. Every other OS that I'm aware of (Windows, OS/2, Unix, BeOS) will have the menu toolbar.
Behr raises a good question which is even more relevant when you consider using mozilla on tiny handhelds. On the other hand, UI's that rely on menus are too _small_ for mozilla on a TV. So now we begin to appreciate the idea of configurable UI's.
Anyway if menu toolbars don't work then I'd rather use system colors instead of the purple for the other toolbars