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by micah on 2002-11-11

cli_python now has a new XWTParser object for converting XML Widget Templates into binary widget templates. This allows using a convenient format for both humans and automated WT builders, and still ending up with an efficient self-contained binary WT file. The XWT source for this screenshot can be found here.
by micah on 2002-11-10

I just fixed the bugs in cli_python and pgserver that were preventing widget templates from working. This screenshot shows a widget template, written in Python and compiled into a self-contained binary, being used to define the UI for the PicoSM dialog. The spiffy icon used in the WT pictured is from the Crystal icon theme for KDE. You can find the WT source code in CVS.
by micah on 2002-11-07

This is another shot of the new rootless X11 driver, running a variety of apps. Over the last few days, the driver has become much faster and more stable. It supports popups now, and uses a new hybrid rendering technique taking advantage of core X primitives, PicoGUI's built-in primitives, and shared memory. Shared memory is also supported in clients now, so it's possible to run SDL apps inside picogui, rootless in X.
by micah on 2002-11-04

Tada, this is the first ever screenshot of PicoGUI with overlapping windows! What you're seeing is pgserver running in its new rootless mode on top of X, with fluxbox for window management. The apps you see on the screen are the picogui terminal, the picogui port of X-Chat, the image viewer, and canvastest. Note that the new rootless driver is still pretty buggy, and a lot of features are either unimplemented or running on slow default implementations.
by micah on 2002-10-31

Wow, PicoGUI 0.42 has usable apps :)
This screenshot shows the PicoGUI port of X-Chat and two instances of the simple pgedit editor, with the Aqua theme.
by micah on 2002-10-28

This is PicoSM, with a new layout, the Lucid theme, and a background from Spiffy.
by micah on 2002-10-26

Translucency is fun!
by micah on 2002-10-21

I recently added a few new opcodes to the theme fillstyle interpreter that let me clean up the aqua theme. The interlaced background and the panelbar buttons finally line up correctly now!
by micah on 2002-10-13

Links, running in a pterm, with the Freetype font engine for pgserver and Fluidity theme. All the fonts on the screen are alpha blended and gamma corrected :)
by micah on 2002-10-12

Oops, looks like someone accidentally refactored the font code in pgserver and implemented Freetype2 support...
by micah on 2002-10-09

The new Fluidity theme is pretty much complete now. This screenshot shows PicoGUI running Fluidity, PGL, and SDL Sasteroids in the background.
by micah on 2002-10-06

This is a partially complete theme designed to be a custom look for PicoGUI, and to look good on small color LCDs. It also shows the gnuboy Game Boy emulator running Zelda DX on the Zaurus :)
This screenshot was taken directly from my Zaurus using screencap, just like this directory of random pictures.
by micah on 2002-09-27

Well, I finally implemented horizontal scrolling. There's a new "scrollbox" widget that's a container with horizontal and/or vertical scrolling built in. This widget will soon be in control of other scrolling-related functioality, like mouse wheel, keyboard scrolling, etc.
by micah on 2002-09-23

This has been in CVS for a while, but I just now realized there are no screenshots of it :)
This shows PicoGUI using antialiased fonts via Xft and Freetype. This only works in the x11 driver, and is still very experimental. In the future, I hope to abstract the font code in pgserver more and provide multiple font backends that will work in any driver, including: normal bitmapped fonts, antialiased bitmapped fonts, freetype, and texturemapped freetype fonts.
by micah on 2002-09-20

Fun fact of the day: You can run SDL programs in PicoGUI even when using the OpenGL video driver. Here's Final Fantasy 3 running inside ZSNES.