Edscott Wilson Garcia
edscott at xfce.org
Sun Jul 24 03:49:56 CEST 2005
El sáb, 23-07-2005 a las 02:44 +0900, Daichi Kawahata escribió:
> On Sun, 17 Jul 2005 19:36:01 -0500
> Edscott Wilson Garcia wrote:
> > In the upcoming release (4.3.3) you will be able to toggle
> > between single click navigation and double click navigation
> > by means of the xfce-mcs-manager (or by using an environment
> > variable if the mcs-manager is not running). The release is
> > scheduled for this month, but it might be delayed until August.
> I may explain where the single-click idea came from, as you've
> said before if my memory isn't wrong, it's the xfce4-panel that
> is located at central place in the Xfce, in which user invokes
> a program with single-click over an icon.
> The xfce-setting-show also goes with single-click, so as for me,
> the more I'm familiar with those single-click actions, the more
> I'd expect single-click operation everywhere I see clickable icon.
> Although the Xfce applications (in core repository) which have
> clickable icons are xfce4-panel, xfce-setting-show, xffm and
> probably thunar.
I am very undecided on whether single-click or double click should be
the default. I think non-geeks usually expect double-click but I'm not
sure. Running from SVN, you can also set xffm to single click mode by
defining the environment variable XFFM_SINGLE_CLICK_NAVIGATION.
> By the way, running latest Xffm, I've noticed startup time and
> directory change are getting improved, keep your great efforts.
Soon the iconview and treeview should completely split, which will cut
down the required space for mapping shared library symbols and boost
response. This is almost done.
Edscott Wilson Garcia <edscott at xfce.org>
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