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Mark Derricutt wrote:

Anyone here tried XULMaker from Mozdev - looks interesting...


Guess you should ask Mr. Bauer :))

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Sorry, premature post.

Yes, I've tried it for a few hours. It looks nice, but the UI feels a
little clumsy in some areas. It's the first time I try XUL, but it took
me only a few minutes to knock a simple application - dialog with a text
area, which executes a line of javascript and displays the result in an
alert.

The XUL descriptions, used together with CSS look like a really powerful
technique for laying out content, though I haven't tried XBL (the
language for creating custom components)

cheers,
dimiter

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On Mon, 16 Feb 2004 13:27:02 +0900, dimiter wrote:

Yes, I've tried it for a few hours. It looks nice, but the UI feels a
little clumsy in some areas. It's the first time I try XUL, but it took me
only a few minutes to knock a simple application - dialog with a text
area, which executes a line of javascript and displays the result in an
alert.



Mmmm, it wouldn't install ( into FireFox ) for me, must try it from
Mozilla.

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