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Re: Suggest improve tool-bar
On 2007-01-25, Katsumi Yamaoka said:
(B>>>>>> In [emacs-w3m : No.09118] Leo wrote:
(B>> I have a minor feature to ask for. Can we make emacs-w3m not using
(B>> another set of icons for disabled buttons? It seems Emacs can show a
(B>> disabled button look nicely.
(B> I built Emacs 22 configured with the `--with-gtk' option for the
(B> trial. It works, however, er..., I don't see what you want
(B> emacs-w3m to do with it.
(B> Emacs-w3m doesn't have icon files fully. For example, there are
(B> the `up' version and the `disabled' version for the `back'
(B> button but there isn't the `down' version. The image files to
(B> be used are listed in the `w3m-toolbar-back-icon' variable in
(B> the order of `down', `up', `disabled' and `disabled'.
(BSorry, I wasn't clear enough. You could see them when you first start
(Bemacs-w3m, the back up forward icons as in the following screenshot.
(BEmacs can make buttons look like disabled. Took a look at the save,
(Bundo and paste buttons in the following screenshot.
(B> In my case, that is:
(B> Did you mean emacs-w3m uses image files other than the ones
(B> installed in `w3m-icon-directory' for such buttons? It is hard
(B> to imagine Emacs does so, though.
(BLeo <sdl.web AT gmail.com> (GPG Key: 9283AA3F)