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Re: Can't drag&drop menu in Gorm

From: Gregory Casamento
Subject: Re: Can't drag&drop menu in Gorm
Date: Sat, 28 Dec 2013 00:10:08 -0500

Hey guys,

I just tried this with a recent build on my x86 based Debian Linux build of GNUstep and Gorm.  It works for me.  I also did a fresh build on my x86-64 machine also running Debian.  Both machines are using Debian wheezy.

Could you provide me with some additional details with respect to your installation?  I'm unable to reproduce this with my current setup.


On Thu, Dec 26, 2013 at 12:43 PM, Fred Kiefer <address@hidden> wrote:
On 26.12.2013 18:14, Germán Arias wrote:
> El jue, 26-12-2013 a las 16:27 +0100, Fred Kiefer escribió:
>> On 25.12.2013 22:33, Germán Arias wrote:
>>> Actually isn't possible drag&drop a menu in Gorm. Open an empty
>>> documento and try to add a menu, you can't.
>> I am not sure whether I understand this problem. By "open and empty
>> document" do you mean "Document->New Application"? In that case you
>> already get a main menu and I was able to drag a menu entry into this
>> menu. Is this not working for you or don't you get the initial menu? And
>> is D&D otherwise working for you in Gorm? It wasn't for me a few days
>> ago and I had to fix the x11 backend for this to work.
>> Fred
> Select "Document -> New Module -> New Empty", in this case I can't add a
> menu. This is also the case when use in-window menu, you can't add a
> menu in untitled document.

Ah, I think I understand now. You create an empty module as described
above and then drag a window into that module and as the next step you
would like to drag in a menu as well but this isn't working. I am able
to reproduce this.
Maybe the window that holds all the objects (no idea how this is called
internally) does not allow for what ever drag type the menu is? This is
the spot where Gregory should take over, he knows a lot more about Gorm.

The in-window menu case is unrelated. Better leave it out of the
discussion here.

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