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Re: [shoes] How to set title bar string and icon

Re: [shoes] How to set title bar string and icon

From:
Date:
2014-12-02 @ 07:48
> Hi,
Unknown command - "HI,". Try HELP.

> I have been trying to set the title of a Shoes App and I don't see
Unknown command - "I". Try HELP.

> the method in the Shoes manual. In Ruby 3 there is an Shoes.app.name=
Unknown command - "THE". Try HELP.

> method that could set the title. It doesn't work but it could. Am I
Unknown command - "METHOD". Try HELP.

> overlooking something? What does Shoes 4 do?
Unknown command - "OVERLOOKING". Try HELP.

> I'd also like to change the icon in the title bar (and the os taskbar)
Unknown command - "I'D". Try HELP.

> from a Shoes script. I wrote some code for that to create a
Unknown command - "FROM". Try HELP.

> Shoes.app.set_icon("filepath-to-icon") method to Shoes, which (al)mostly
Unknown command - "SHOES.APP.SET_ICON". Try HELP.

> works in Gtk for Linux and Windows, *IF* the gtk theme permits that.
Unknown command - "WORKS". Try HELP.

> Before I go cowboy and just add something to the Shoes 3.2 api and let
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Re: [shoes] How to set title bar string and icon

From:
Date:
2014-12-02 @ 07:51
>>>>> Hi,
>>>> Unknown command - "HI,". Try HELP.
>>> Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.
>> Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.

> Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.
Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.

>>>>> I have been trying to set the title of a Shoes App and I don't see
>>>> Unknown command - "I". Try HELP.
>>> Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.
>> Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.

> Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.
Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.

>>>>> the method in the Shoes manual. In Ruby 3 there is an Shoes.app.name=
>>>> Unknown command - "THE". Try HELP.
>>> Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.
>> Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.

> Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.
Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.

>>>>> method that could set the title. It doesn't work but it could. Am I
>>>> Unknown command - "METHOD". Try HELP.
>>> Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.
>> Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.

> Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.
Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.

>>>>> overlooking something? What does Shoes 4 do?
>>>> Unknown command - "OVERLOOKING". Try HELP.
>>> Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.
>> Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.

> Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.
Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.

>>>>> I'd also like to change the icon in the title bar (and the os taskbar)
>>>> Unknown command - "I'D". Try HELP.
>>> Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.
>> Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.

> Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.
Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.

>>>>> from a Shoes script. I wrote some code for that to create a
>>>> Unknown command - "FROM". Try HELP.
>>> Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.
>> Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.

> Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.
Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.

>>>>> Shoes.app.set_icon("filepath-to-icon") method to Shoes, which (al)mostly
>>>> Unknown command - "SHOES.APP.SET_ICON". Try HELP.
>>> Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.
>> Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.

> Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.
Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.

>>>>> works in Gtk for Linux and Windows, *IF* the gtk theme permits that.
>>>> Unknown command - "WORKS". Try HELP.
>>> Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.
>> Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.

> Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.
Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.

>>>>> Before I go cowboy and just add something to the Shoes 3.2 api and let
>>>> Unknown command - "BEFORE". Try HELP.
>>> Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.
>> Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.

> Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.
Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.

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Re: [shoes] How to set title bar string and icon

From:
Date:
2014-12-02 @ 07:49
>> Hi,

> Unknown command - "HI,". Try HELP.
Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.

>> I have been trying to set the title of a Shoes App and I don't see

> Unknown command - "I". Try HELP.
Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.

>> the method in the Shoes manual. In Ruby 3 there is an Shoes.app.name=

> Unknown command - "THE". Try HELP.
Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.

>> method that could set the title. It doesn't work but it could. Am I

> Unknown command - "METHOD". Try HELP.
Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.

>> overlooking something? What does Shoes 4 do?

> Unknown command - "OVERLOOKING". Try HELP.
Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.

>> I'd also like to change the icon in the title bar (and the os taskbar)

> Unknown command - "I'D". Try HELP.
Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.

>> from a Shoes script. I wrote some code for that to create a

> Unknown command - "FROM". Try HELP.
Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.

>> Shoes.app.set_icon("filepath-to-icon") method to Shoes, which (al)mostly

> Unknown command - "SHOES.APP.SET_ICON". Try HELP.
Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.

>> works in Gtk for Linux and Windows, *IF* the gtk theme permits that.

> Unknown command - "WORKS". Try HELP.
Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.

>> Before I go cowboy and just add something to the Shoes 3.2 api and let

> Unknown command - "BEFORE". Try HELP.
Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.

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 Job origin:      shoes@LIBRELIST.COM

Re: [shoes] How to set title bar string and icon

From:
Date:
2014-12-02 @ 07:49
>>> Hi,
>> Unknown command - "HI,". Try HELP.

> Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.
Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.

>>> I have been trying to set the title of a Shoes App and I don't see
>> Unknown command - "I". Try HELP.

> Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.
Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.

>>> the method in the Shoes manual. In Ruby 3 there is an Shoes.app.name=
>> Unknown command - "THE". Try HELP.

> Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.
Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.

>>> method that could set the title. It doesn't work but it could. Am I
>> Unknown command - "METHOD". Try HELP.

> Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.
Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.

>>> overlooking something? What does Shoes 4 do?
>> Unknown command - "OVERLOOKING". Try HELP.

> Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.
Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.

>>> I'd also like to change the icon in the title bar (and the os taskbar)
>> Unknown command - "I'D". Try HELP.

> Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.
Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.

>>> from a Shoes script. I wrote some code for that to create a
>> Unknown command - "FROM". Try HELP.

> Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.
Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.

>>> Shoes.app.set_icon("filepath-to-icon") method to Shoes, which (al)mostly
>> Unknown command - "SHOES.APP.SET_ICON". Try HELP.

> Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.
Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.

>>> works in Gtk for Linux and Windows, *IF* the gtk theme permits that.
>> Unknown command - "WORKS". Try HELP.

> Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.
Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.

>>> Before I go cowboy and just add something to the Shoes 3.2 api and let
>> Unknown command - "BEFORE". Try HELP.

> Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.
Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.

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 Job origin:      shoes@LIBRELIST.COM

Re: [shoes] How to set title bar string and icon

From:
Date:
2014-12-02 @ 07:52
>>>>>> Hi,
>>>>> Unknown command - "HI,". Try HELP.
>>>> Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.
>>> Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.
>> Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.

> Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.
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Re: [shoes] How to set title bar string and icon

From:
Date:
2014-12-02 @ 07:50
>>>> Hi,
>>> Unknown command - "HI,". Try HELP.
>> Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.

> Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.
Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.

>>>> I have been trying to set the title of a Shoes App and I don't see
>>> Unknown command - "I". Try HELP.
>> Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.

> Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.
Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.

>>>> the method in the Shoes manual. In Ruby 3 there is an Shoes.app.name=
>>> Unknown command - "THE". Try HELP.
>> Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.

> Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.
Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.

>>>> method that could set the title. It doesn't work but it could. Am I
>>> Unknown command - "METHOD". Try HELP.
>> Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.

> Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.
Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.

>>>> overlooking something? What does Shoes 4 do?
>>> Unknown command - "OVERLOOKING". Try HELP.
>> Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.

> Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.
Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.

>>>> I'd also like to change the icon in the title bar (and the os taskbar)
>>> Unknown command - "I'D". Try HELP.
>> Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.

> Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.
Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.

>>>> from a Shoes script. I wrote some code for that to create a
>>> Unknown command - "FROM". Try HELP.
>> Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.

> Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.
Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.

>>>> Shoes.app.set_icon("filepath-to-icon") method to Shoes, which (al)mostly
>>> Unknown command - "SHOES.APP.SET_ICON". Try HELP.
>> Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.

> Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.
Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.

>>>> works in Gtk for Linux and Windows, *IF* the gtk theme permits that.
>>> Unknown command - "WORKS". Try HELP.
>> Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.

> Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.
Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.

>>>> Before I go cowboy and just add something to the Shoes 3.2 api and let
>>> Unknown command - "BEFORE". Try HELP.
>> Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.

> Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.
Unknown command - "UNKNOWN". Try HELP.

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Your message did not contain any command. Note that lines starting with a
"greater than" sign ('>') are ignored.

Summary of resource utilization
-------------------------------
 CPU time:        0.000 sec                Device I/O:       40
 Overhead CPU:    0.000 sec                Paging I/O:        0
 CPU model:         2-CPU 2666MHz Xeon E5-2697 v2 256k (2048M)
 Job origin:      shoes@LIBRELIST.COM