I think Declarative UI has more interaction
with CSS. How about to start this integration with XWT + Modelled UI and
prepare a nice demo together for EclipseCon?
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e4-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:e4-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Kevin McGuire
Sent: Tuesday, February 03, 2009
Subject: [e4-dev] CSS + Modelled
UI: Need notion of active part
Eric suggested I forward this thread to the list. I
think it's an interesting problem
because it's about meta information
expressed at the level of the workbench (active part), manifest as styling via
CSS (as changes in tab colors), and how we should communicate that.
interested should comment in the bug so we can keep the thread together.
----- Forwarded by Kevin
McGuire/Ottawa/IBM on 02/02/2009 07:41 PM -----
02/02/2009 03:47 PM
[Bug 263185] [CSS] Need notion of active part
Product/Component: E4 / UI
--- Comment #2 from Eric Moffatt
<emoffatt@xxxxxxxxxx> 2009-02-02 15:47:51 -0400 ---
This makes perfect sense to me. We most certainly
don't want the CSS to be
against the 'focus' control but, as you say, the 'active part'
(as defined by
some higher level entity (aka the workbench)...
for having the Model/CSS boundary managed by a separate piece of code
(bundle?), specific to this task. We should have
enough information being
forwarded by the model to accomplish this fairly
cleanly. This will allow the
us to freely 'play' with concepts in this area without affecting the
(non-CSS aware) parts of the code.
We should perhaps take some time to discuss this
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