On Mon, 24 Nov 2003 01:18:06 -0800, Jeremy Bell muttered:
> On Nov 23, 2003, at 6:17 PM, Finlay Dobbie wrote:
> >You still wouldn't get native controls and things, so there's really
> >very little advantage over the current solution (Apple X11
> > -- Finlay
> Main benefits, in my view, are not native controls, but a better way to
> launch and manage X11 apps. Currently, users are required to launch X11
> apps through the command line, in a classic-like X11 environment.
> Surely it would be better if they could just launch a .app, which runs
> on its own, just like any other app. And, being a native API rather
> than an environment which redirects API calls, it should be a bit
In Panther, at least, double-clicking an X11 binary will open it in X11.
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