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Re: [Xouvert-general] Network transparentcy and modules

From: Jerry Westrick
Subject: Re: [Xouvert-general] Network transparentcy and modules
Date: 19 Aug 2003 14:05:16 +0200

Alas Tupshin, 

As I said, I'm not knowledgeable about the topic.  So I actually
don't know if it's needed, or possible, or even desirable.

But I've have seen that VNC does not support Anti-Aliasing.  I've also
heard of certain flavors of VNC that do, and that they required special
changes to X-Windows.

I would suggest that you (or should I say "we") find out who did that
and ask him (or her) what she/he would suggeest.  Since he/she already
has expirience extending X-Windows in this direction.

I'm actually quite flattered that my suggestions where taken so
seriously, but before I go and try to figure out which verison of VNC
did / does this and attempt to interest such a person in this project, I
would like the project to agree on the desirability of such a thingy.

Ever so carefull

Jerry Westrick

On Tue, 2003-08-19 at 13:14, Tupshin Harper wrote:
> Jerry Westrick wrote:
> >I donot wish to start a debate about or about eficiency, but...
> >
> >Form a user's point of view, I prefer VNC even when making linux to
> >linux over a local network.
> >
> >The only time I use remote-X, is when I only want a single window,
> >after I've started ssh session.
> >
> >But like I said, I'm not knowledgeable about the topics being 
> >discussed, I'm programmer who happens to use linux/X-Windows...
> >
> >
> >Jerry Westrick.
> >
> I was serious about my question, thought...it wasn't retorical. In what 
> manner would you like to see vnc or vnc integration with X improved?
> -Tupshin

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