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Old 09-01-2013, 07:43 PM   #4
twobob
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So I got rgbpaint and ardesia to run. in a fashion. ardesia is a struggle with its floaty toolbars. and its demand for xcompmgr. but it is runnable. I cheated and checked with a debian.

I can probably bundle up rgbpaint now, still needs love.

and an exit strategy.
A power button cycle monitoring dbus strap-on is required.
doable. I could look at that.

Could be run native but the save stuff wouldn't work natively as-is though. problem. so not native without a bit of a recode.

wrapped in a Xephyr those issues all go away though obviously.
so yeah. nothing perfect yet but a few early lo-effort contenders.

rgbpaint in a xephyr pictured. could do with fullscreening too...
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