Michael T. Mosier
michael at spyonit.com
Tue Jan 28 17:07:17 CET 2003
I'd like to second this about the right click window shade. This is the main reason I go back to xfce3 when I want to do some serious work. Not suggesting it has to be default, but at least possible to set up.
On Tue, 28 Jan 2003 09:47:41 -0500 (EST)
Net Llama! <netllama at linux-sxs.org> wrote:
> On Tue, 28 Jan 2003, Biju Chacko wrote:
> > I think there a couple of features that are a must-have for a production
> > release. Some have not been started yet:
> > * Minimised window icons: I don't use the taskbar, and selecting from a
> > menu is awkward. This is the one thing preventing me from using
> > XFDesktop.
> I'll 2nd that one. Personally i don't like taskbars. If i did, i'd be
> using KDE or Gnome right now, and not XFCE3/4.
> > * Some kind of configurable desktop menu.
> I don't care much either way on this.
> > * Any others? These the ones that bug me ...
> The ability to right click on a window bar, and have it (un)shade, just as
> it did in XFCE3. This might sound minor to some folks, but this is huge
> in my book. It was a key feature in XFCE3, and removing it in XFCE4
> really detracts from usabilitiy in my opinion. Yes, i know about the
> little menu that appears in XFCE4 when you right click, but its not the
> same. I want the same one-click method. Anything more is cumbersome.
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