Window Options

Joe Lewis Wilkins pepetoo at Cox.Net
Sun Feb 4 17:01:59 EST 2007


Hi Mark,

Thanks. I had already considered a somewhat similar solution, but I'm  
looking for a real solution, not just a fix. My "current" fix is to  
take my screen shots into MacDraft and draw a frame around the window  
before I paste it into my articles. I did this for next week's  
<www.Macinstruct.com> column, though I didn't take the time to do it  
real well. But none of these "fixes" resolves the issue of not having  
something in OSX windows besides the Title Bar that will let you drag  
the window around.

Joe Wilkins

On Feb 4, 2007, at 1:50 PM, Mark Schonewille wrote:

> Dear Joe,
>
> Quick answer: no. Slightly longer answer: you can always make a  
> screenshot of a Mac OS 9 window and use the frame for a window  
> shape of your own. You'd have to emulate all window features by  
> yourself, though. As you probably know, you can use the emulated  
> Mac OS 9 view of Revolution to control the look of objects inside  
> the window.
>
> Best,
>
> Mark
>
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> Op 3-feb-2007, om 20:15 heeft Joe Lewis Wilkins het volgende  
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>
>> Hi All,
>>
>> Is there a method by which we can choose to have windows in OSX  
>> Revolution exhibit the same or similar "window frame" that we get  
>> with OS 9 and earlier? I really don't like the OSX type windows.
>>
>> TIA,
>>
>> Joe Wilkins
>
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