edscott at prodigy.net.mx
Wed Aug 4 16:39:28 CEST 2004
El mar, 03-08-2004 a las 09:37, Randy Chung escribió:
> Howdy folks,
> For all those who are interested, I've put together a patch that makes a
> few changes to the current incarnation of xfce4-terminal.
> * Menu generation has been completely revamped so that it's much, much
> easier to expand and keep track of
> * A tab menu has been added, with accel keys in plain sight
> * Adding tabs and moving through tabs have accel keys associated with
> them, which should make life a good deal easier. No handy "jump to tab
> x" yet; would that sort of functionality be wanted?
This functionality would be quite useful, either from the menu or a
popup with a list to choose from.
> * Tabs can be relabeled. While the tabs are hidden when there's only
> one tab, you can still relabel it and it'll show up when you add more tabs.
An automatic renaming scheme would also be neat. This would work if the
user does not do a manual rename. This could reflect things like,
current working directory, current host (when a ssh is done), command
being executed within the terminal (for panel launchers that use the "in
All in all, good work!
> Hopefully this will make xfce4-terminal a bit more of a contender :)
> All comments, suggestions, bug reports, etc. that are at least somewhat
> grammatically correct and written at a semi-adult level or better are
> thoroughly appreciated.
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