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System Tray 2 (with icon hiding support)

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements 165 comments

by Dgege
Score 50.0%
Dec 20 2004
Great thing happening here! This is very good!

It doesn't seem to me that the "Prefernces" window is very intuitive. Some suggestions (you may have these anyway, but just in case...)

Maybe under "Always Visible" there could be checkboxes instead of selecting the icons? And also possibly, it could be the other way, nonselected (or checked) icons could be hidden instead of shown. What's under *Always visible* right now?

I couldn't quite figure it out, and I don't think the general population can either, it's alright if it's there for debugging purposes, but maybe before including this in kde, we would take it out, or make it more obvious what it is.

Thanks again!
Virgil

PS, you don't have to take all my suggestions, you're the programmer, do what you want! - Nov 11 2004
logviewer

System Software 10 comments

Score 50.0%
Nov 13 2004
True, that's the way I use it too... But it would be more valuable to have it so it would make it known when it has a new message, instead of going up there to check any time I think I might have an available message. Just a thought, I enjoy this program anyway, but it would make it slightly more useful to me! - Nov 11 2004
Good program!

Could we have double click on log opens *show whole list"? Or possibly, just add a icon to systray, and on new message, it would blink, or make some notification of new message, and when clicked upon, would give "show whole list".

This is a great program, I don't need it much, but I love it anyway! Maybe this feature request would make it possible to run it all the time, in minamized screen realestate usage and still see it when there's a message to see.

Thanks for your consideration!
Virgil - Nov 10 2004
qbuildkde

Developers Apps 35 comments

by slesa
Score 50.0%
Sep 14 2004
Not a big deal, but most times the whole folder is compressed instead of the contents of the folder being compressed.
Thanks,
Virgil - Sep 09 2004