Re: Window Border
- On 06/11/2007, Robin <robince@...> wrote:
> On 11/5/07, björn <bjorn.winckler@...> wrote:You would have to create some kind of custom view that drew a border
> > I have experienced this confusion myself, especially with black
> > background. However, this is the way windows look in Mac OS X (i.e.
> > borderless) so I don't think there is much to do about it.
> I guess the problem is the drop shadows that usually provide the visual cue
> of the window edge don't show up on the black background.
> > I'm afraid I don't see how this would work (I am not familiar with
> > PuTTY). Could you possibly give a more detailed description, or maybe
> > a screenshot?
> It's possible my memory was slightly wrong since with the recent version of
> PuTTy it seems to always have a border, although I'm sure on some machine
> I've used in the past it didn't. Anyway there is a checkbox in the
> appearance settings for "sunken edge border" which makes it thicker.
> A screenshot is attached of what would be ideal for me. I don't know if
> there is any way to set a border manually or whether you could trick it by
> putting some sort of seperator or other small panel element at the edge of
> the window to give the same effect (I'm afraid I don't know enough about
> Cocoa / Mac development to make any better suggestions).
> It would make a big difference to me, but I understand it's probably not a
> high priority for others. In the mean time I might try to find a colorscheme
> with a lighter background (I've been using koehler).
to be able to support something like what you are asking for. I am
sorry, but I won't be doing this (because of time constraints), but
you are welcome to start hacking away yourself!
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