Changes I'd like to see
- support multiple Prism executables to run concurrently. e.g. GMail, GoogleReader, GCal, JIRA could all be apps
- allow the icons to be easily customized for when switching with TAB or adding things to the dock.
Update - many thanks to Dave Brondsema who mentioned in the comments that you can have multiple webapps running with custom icons using the provided bundes from http://wiki.mozilla.org/Prism#Bundles
Though I tried them and they didn't wor for me too well on the Mac (I've not upgraded to Leopard yet :)
I tried out 0.8 last night and had multiple webapps running, and they had custom icons. Try some of the provided bundles from http://wiki.mozilla.org/Prism#Bundles
Awesome Dave thanks!
I tried out the bundles; double clicking on the gmail.webapp does indeed boot up a web app - but it just appears as Prism on OS X when I try tab-switching or looking in the dock.
Are you using windows I wonder?
Hi! I am currently workin on CXF..It is possible to use JMS conduits AND SSL? (or SSL is only congiurable for HHTP?)
Massimiliano, you'd be best off asking CXF related questions on the CXF forums.
FWIW ActiveMQ supports SSL if you wanted to use that as the JMS transport in CXF.
I was using Linux, I haven't tried it on Windows yet. It's not surprising that the icon support varies by system. I don't see any bug reports for OS X icons, but this bug report mentions having a specific type of icon file for each operating system. So maybe it's just a matter of creating that icon file for OS X
Prims looks very ambitious, but I've never had much problems finding Firefox windows. I use "Fire Title", an add-on that lets me name my Firefox title the way I want them. I usually name the important windows with a leading "@" so they stand out: "@ E" = email, "@ Blogs" = blogs, etc...
Yeah... Multiple prism app bundles didn't work for me either. On launching the second bundle, prism opened a new app window... but then nothing. I too would love to run gmail alongside gcal! As separate apps! I'm using OSX 10.4.11. Help!
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