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Jörg Straube wrote:-
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] 4 The Display System.
]The display screen is the most important part of the interface presented by
] a personal workstation to its users.
A further example of the genius of NW.
The display [mouse combination] *IS* the most important part of ETHO.
ETHO is not about technology: our profession.
It's about something else: perhaps called cognitive science, or psycholgy
or not yet well named and understood ...
] In the early seventies, Xerox PARC in California launched the Smalltalk-projec
And he acknowledges it's origins.
Before I commit to consuming this chapter, I need to set a goal.
Working via successive refinement, is this valid/reasonable: ?
How to make a hidden/covered frame 'pop up'?
How to know that it is hidden?
That seems complex, so first just <show the list-of-frames to be able to,
manually check if the target IS hidden>.
=> Traverse the SystemTrack's frame tree, while listing FrameNames.
If the hidden-one is to be made visible, perhaps it could just <change places>
with a visible one?
Which would best be manually controlled - using the same list-of-frames.
Ideas, crits ??
== Chris Glur.
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