xfce4-notes-0.9 - plugin for panel
edscott wilson garcia
edscott at prodigy.net.mx
Wed Oct 8 00:48:33 CEST 2003
On Tue, 2003-10-07 at 15:43, Jakob Henriksson wrote:
> Download: http://www.lysator.liu.se/~b0kaj/xfce4-notes-0.9.5.tar.gz
> (for now at least)
> Or go to site: http://www.lysator.liu.se/~b0kaj/programming/notes/
> What's changed?
> - Editable titlebar (double-click)
> - Option to make notes sticky,
> - Customizable applet icon,
> - Better option menu with separate color selection dialog
> - Fixed bad code crashing the app (doubleclick on titlebar)
> - Better tooltips..
> - other minor things...
Cool. I found a minor bug you might have fixed (but is not mentioned).
The notes are apparently saved when the panel exits gracefully or gets
the USR1 signal. Which means that ctrl+alt+backspace makes the unsaved
notes get lost. I put in a launcher to a small script to send USR1 to
the panel to save my notes.
> One remaining issue is how to show/hide notes and how to create a new
> note. Ideally perhaps would be to show/hide notes with single click
> create a new note with double click but I don't really know how to do
> that in a nice way. The reason? There is a problem catching
> GDK_2BUTTON_PRESS on "button-press-event" signal for creating new
> without catching GDK_BUTTON_PRESS for show/hide notes. It works but
> it's not nice to see all notes flicker before a new note is created.
> Any ideas on this? Anyway, for now I added some more informative
> tooltips on panel applet icon per someones suggestion on this list.
Personally, I prefer single click on button 2 or button 3 for a new
note. Otherwise you might try a hack like this:
1- on click add an idle callback function which will activate in say,
50000 ms. (quite a long time). The idle callback will have the code to
2- on double click, cancel the idle callback function and do the double
click business instead.
> Ok, don't have a cow,
Neither do I...
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