[Pythonmac-SIG] Simple Statusitem example

Dethe Elza delza at livingcode.org
Wed Apr 13 19:23:02 CEST 2005

Hi Tom,

Thanks, that sounds like a good example.  I'll take a look at it.

Any others out there?


On 13-Apr-05, at 9:36 AM, Tom Pollard wrote:

> Hi Dethe,
> You asked:
>> Are there any examples people would like to see?  What would actually 
>> be *useful* to show in the status bar?  ITunes and clocks have been 
>> done to death, but I'm sure there's something that would be nice to 
>> have which would make a good example.
> How about a network activity icon, something like what's in the 
> Windows tray?  Currently, you have to open the Network preferences 
> panel to see whether you've got a network connection.  It sometimes 
> takes a few minutes to get a DHCP address from my office network when 
> I connect first the laptop in the morning, and I've wished there was a 
> way to see easily when the network comes up (besides seeing whether I 
> can load a web page.)
> Tom

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