Michael Weirauch <dev@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > One should of course not forget, that replicants are not just for > widgets > on the Desktop. But in all honesty, I haven't seen any real life use > of them > in some applications hosting a BShelf and allowing for placing > replicants > in them. Or I have just overlooked these apps... besides the Deskbar. For example, BeHappy is using a NetPositive replicant for its BeBook view. But yes, examples of this are rare, since there is no real component interface - you have to know what messages a replicant supports. Bye, Axel.