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Re: Faking the infobar

From: George Staikos <staikos@kde.org>
Date: Tue, 17 Jul 2007 02:42:04 +0800
Message-Id: <667ABA3D-BB3F-45BC-9CCF-40E514743B2C@kde.org>
To: W3 Work Group <public-wsc-wg@w3.org>


On 17-Jul-07, at 1:59 AM, George Staikos wrote:

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>
> On 17-Jul-07, at 1:56 AM, Mike Beltzner wrote:
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>> On 16-Jul-07, at 1:38 PM, George Staikos wrote:
>>
>>> I was a bit hesitant about this because I understand that some  
>>> are strongly opposed to this view.
>>
>> Then the right way to do things would be to raise this as a  
>> question and find out if our group can come to a consensus. You're  
>> seeming surprisingly passive-aggressive at the moment! :)
>
>    I was kind of expecting more comments when I posted that. :-)  I  
> was also in transit at the airport so writing more was not an  
> option.  Consider the issue to be raised as a question.  Should we  
> declare that all UI indicators in the chrome are bad as they lead  
> the user to start to trust such indicators in possibly all  
> circumstances?

   Of course that was supposed to say "outside the chrome" or "in the  
content region".

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George Staikos
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Received on Monday, 16 July 2007 18:42:26 GMT

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