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Re: katoob is marvelleous but ...
- To: Mohammed Sameer <uniball at gmx dot net>, Development Discussions <developer at arabeyes dot org>
- Subject: Re: katoob is marvelleous but ...
- From: Munzir Taha Obeid <munzirtaha at myrealbox dot com>
- Date: Sun, 29 Jun 2003 23:17:31 +0300
- Organization: New Horizons CLC
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On Sunday 29 June 2003 5:59 am, Mohammed Sameer wrote:
> > > BTW: you can drop files on katoob to open them "on the toolbar not on
> > > the text editing portion"
> > I tried to drag a text file made by Katoob itself to the toolbar but
> > nothing happened. I only see the "No smoking" sign everywhere I've
> > tried!!
> from where did u drag it ?
> it works fine using rox.
ROX has its roots on RISC OS which rocks on dragging and dropping. But
generally speaking this feature is not in Katoob, unless you mean DND
> Actually i think the better thing is to add all the emulator stuff to an
> emulator sub menu.
> > > > 3. Open katoob. View->Encoding->Arabic->ISO 8859-6 (Arabic), type
> > > > some Arabic, View->Encoding->Other->UTF-8. Say yes to the Question
> > > > Dialog box and you have the error Invalid byte sequence in conversion
> > > > input!!
> no no. I meant that when you pipe a document to katoob,
How can I pipe a document to katoob?
> there is no way
> to determine its encoding, So katoob use your default encoding.
> So you can change it from the encodings menu.
This default encoding should be changeable, right?
Open katoob. View->Encoding->Arabic->ISO 8859-6 (Arabic), close katoob. Open
it again the encoding is still UTF-8. So the default encoding is always UTF-8
and can't be changed!!
> > Yeah! The convention here is to be able to right click anywhere not
> > necessarily in an empty space. Think about small resolutions with "Text
> > beside icons" option. You can check kwrite to confirm how it looks.
> hmmm, I'm afraid that this isn't freandly as it's
> packing gtkwidgets into an event box to catch the right click consume
> large ammount of CPU.
> i'll check and see.
> > 11. Ctrl+F7 for Spell Check doesn't work.
> > 12. Ctrl+Shift+W for Close All doesn't work.
> > 13. Open Katoob -> type anything -> Click New to create a new file and
> > type anything also, now you have two files open. Documents -> Close All.
> > The Cancel button doesn't work.
> I'll look into these.
> > 14. I downloaded gtksourceview-0.3.0 from the Internet and installed it
> > in my system. Now:
> > [munzir at localhost katoob-0.3.4.91]$ ./configure --enable-highlight
> > .
> > .
> > .
> > checking for gtksourceview-1.0 >= 0.2... Package gtksourceview-1.0 was
> > not found in the pkg-config search path.
> > Perhaps you should add the directory containing `gtksourceview-1.0.pc'
> > to the PKG_CONFIG_PATH environment variable
> > No package 'gtksourceview-1.0' found
> > configure: WARNING: Couldn't find gtksourceview, Highlighting'll be
> > disabled.
> > Is Katoob checking for a version "gtksourceview-1.0" that not made yet.
> > The current is "gtksourceview-0.3.0" or what's happening?
> export PKG_CONFIG_PATH=/usr/lib/pkgconfig:/usr/local/lib/pkgconfig
> ./configure --enable-highlight
configure: Great! Source highlighting is enabled. Thaaanks!
> > Finally, another word of thanks to you, Mohammed, and to all the people
> > who made the open source concept come into being. It's Marvelous. Keep on
> > the good work and I will keep on the bad work ;-)
> it's not bad after all. Think about all the crushed bugs and
> improvements and you'll find that you are completing my work :-)
That's me?! Yahoooo!!!
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