[Xfce-bugs] [Bug 13868] Easy to hide the menubar, tricky to get it back if the shortcut key is not known

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Sun Aug 18 01:05:21 CEST 2019


--- Comment #11 from alexxcons <alexxcons at xfce.org> ---
Created attachment 8902
  --> https://bugzilla.xfce.org/attachment.cgi?id=8902&action=edit
patch to show notification

The attached patch shows a notification on hide (not via "notify-send" ...
TODO: Port to  xfce-notifyd)
Probably no good idea to hard-code "Ctrl+M" .. any idea how I can get the
shortcut-key string in an generic way ?

(In reply to Theo Linkspfeifer from comment #10)
> Created attachment 8878 [details]
> diff
> Add the checkbox to the folder context menu. Maybe make it only visible if
> the menubar is hidden.

Hmm .. I dont like that approach much. If you hide the menu-bar on purpose, you
probably dont want to see extra context menu items each time you open the
context menu.

In addition, if somebody hides the menu bar on accident, the context menu
probably is not the location to search for recovery.

( IMO a better option could be a checkbox in the preferences which is only
visible when the menu is hidden .. however I think the notification should be
sufficient )

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