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Re: [vox] XMMS - A rant about usability
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Re: [vox] XMMS - A rant about usability



On Wed, Mar 12, 2003 at 16:52:25PM -0800, Bill Kendrick wrote:
> 
> I went to grab the bottom of the window (like I can with all other windows
> under KDE 2.2) and stretch it down.  But no...  I can't.  Hell, the window
> doesn't even appear in my taskbar!  No way to maximize it, or even minimize it!
> 
> All it's got are "^" (window-shade) and "x" (close) widgets. >:^(
> 
> I could fit literally three playlist windows on top of each other
> vertically, but no... since it has to look cool and shiny and weird,
> I don't get that useful usability.

Actually, it's not obvious, but you can grab the bottom right corner and
drag to resize. It unforunatelly gives no indication of this, and only
resizes in increments of something like 30 or 40 pixels, so if you don't
drag far enough, you won't think it's working.
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