AltME: R3-GUI

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Pekr
Well, the problem is (if it is a problem), that you don't use native OS metrics, skin, etc. So your app does not reflect that ...
All I want from my apps is - working fast enough, being pretty. What is and is not pretty differs pretty much between the users :-) E.g. I like flat design, Doc does not like it :-)
Robert
As said, we were never asked about this. I keep everything away from us, what we don't have to take into account. The less parts, libs, etc. we have the better.
DocKimbel
"GDI is hardware accelerated on Windows XP, and accelerated on Windows 7 when the Desktop Window Manager is running and a WDDM 1.1 driver is in use. Direct2D is hardware accelerated on almost any WDDM driver and regardless of whether DWM is in use. On Vista, GDI will always render on the CPU."
On Windows 7: " For example, text rendering, BitBlts, AlphaBlend, TransparentBlt, and StretchBlt are all accelerated in these cases."
amacleod
"Cyphre's remark in Brno - how many usefull widgets are there in the OS anyway?"
This is my concern too. Anyone have a link to a widget list on windows and mac.
How cross platform will/can Red view be?
Pekr
Well, the cross-platformness is not my worry in fact. Most probably I would prefer, if my Android app feels like being an android app. The same for Windows. But I would definitely like to have some nice draw-like engine, to allow for custom content.
amacleod
I want to write once deploy anywhere. I do not have time to rewrite sections of code for each platform. WebApp + phoneagap give me that...I just hate web dev....I want red dev.
amacleod
Something like http://kivy.org/ - an Open source python library
of course without the 192 meg down load size
DocKimbel
"How cross platform will/can Red view be?" We'll support more widgets than the default set Rebol/View gives you, though not in the first Red/View version. This is what we aim for desktop platforms (with a good part of them also available on mobile platforms):
http://www.eclipse.org/swt/widgets/
amacleod
SWT is hitting the native api widget set on windows and mac the same way you plan or is this an example list?
james_nak
A customizable requester system would really be nice as well, not just for obtaining new information but also for presenting existing info/states. As I have stated previously, Henrik's VEK was pretty good at this.
PeterWood
SWT uses the native API GUI.

DocKimbel
Alan: both. :-) Though, our list won't exactly match, but it should be very close.
DocKimbel
Face/edge seems to gone in R3 GUI, what happened to it? As the feature been moved elsewhere?
http://www.rebol.com/docs/view-face-content.html#section-15
As => Has
Rebolek
Edge is now part of draw block.
DocKimbel
Any links about how "draw blocks" work in R3 GUI?
DocKimbel
Has DO-COMMANDS been implemented in R3?
http://www.rebol.com/r3/docs/functions/do-commands.html
DocKimbel
Edge: so actually, it's really gone as I see in R3 GUI that you need to manually write code for drawing edges. Anyone knows the reason of this change from R2? I always found face/edge very convenient in R2.
Rebolek
R2's edge may be convenient but is too simplistic also. You have just few presets available. In R3 GOB system, you would need to implemented it using special GOB or special DRAW block which would be appened/inserted to main DRAW block (but taht is something that is possible with small effort with current implementation).

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