Feature requests and bugs. (a lot of)
fourdan at xfce.org
Sat Mar 8 08:53:32 CET 2003
Sorry, I was in bad mood :)
A bug report is definitely a contribution.
On Sat, 2003-03-08 at 08:49, Olivier Fourdan wrote:
> Yeah, why not contributing ?
> On Sat, 2003-03-08 at 06:34, Väinö Järvelä wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I just decided to quickly test run XFCE4. This is a list of what i would
> > like to see fixed and added to XFCE. I won't be using XFCE because it
> > doesn't "yet" do everything i wish it to.. but maybe i will someday :)
> > Be warned that i didn't have time to go through your mailing-list
> > archives so there may be duplicates. Sorry.. really, i am.
> > Bugs:
> > - In XFFM when SMB Network doesn't find Master Browser, it should stop
> > "Loading..." and report the error instead.
> > - Is there a way to setup SMB-support? How to use username&password for
> > SMB?
> > - In XFFM when i open "Book" and i have entries in it but still the
> > "drag+drop info" flashes by.
> > - In XFFM when there is 0 elements in tree, don't add "null path!".
> > Leave it empty.
> > - I didn't wait and see, but does XFFM->Fstab timeout if it gets stuck
> > on a mount?
> > - Why can i write in XFFM:s error log?
> > - File context menu should be restructured in XFFM. File operations
> > should be the default menu under the cursor when you popup the menu.
> > And please, add remove/delete in the menu.
> > - xfhelp4: What if i don't have Mozilla? It should ask for another
> > html-viewer.
> > - Lock-screen should popup if there is no xscreensaver or xlock.
> > Feature requests:
> > - Mailcheck panel-item should have support for Maildir format. Maybe a
> > way to check multiple mailboxes/maildirs. And how about using fam to
> > check for new mail?
> > - Option to have no popup-buttons but to press and hold item to popup
> > the menu.
> > - Maybe not show popup-buttons at all if there are nothing to popup to.
> > - XFWM: Window-to-Window snapping.
> > - XFFM: Use MIME-types for application support.
> > - Not hating me after all this =)
> > That's all for this time. I think...
Olivier Fourdan <fourdan at xfce.org>
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