On Sat, Jan 10, 2009 at 21:04, Charlie Russel <Charlie@scri...> wrote:
> I'm happy to see it move to C++, especially if it gives the 64-bit crowd (ME!!) the choice of 32-bit IE.
Heh, yeah, I can see that ;-)
All this said, of course we *could* plug an explicit browser into the
existing framework, it's just turning into a bit of a mess...
> I'd also like to see a Windows(vista) Gadget implementation of DQSD. This shouldn't be all that hard, just a gadget shell that then calls into the existing DQSD installation. With Windows 7 now in wide beta, those gadgets are no longer tied to the gadget bar, which is gone. Instead, they can float to wherever you want them. No more giving up tonnes of real estate for a couple of gadgets.
Yep. I'm hoping someone wants to investigate whether hosting IE inside
a gadget is a viable idea... :-)