some quick notes on xfce4-power-manager 0.6.4
aliov at xfce.org
Tue Mar 10 19:27:03 CET 2009
Mike Massonnet wrote:
> Le Tue, 10 Mar 2009 18:30:54 +0100,
> Ali Abdallah <aliov at xfce.org> a écrit :
>> Mike Massonnet wrote:
>>> What I was trying to say is that the GtkStatusIcon specifies what it
>>> can be used for. And for sake of consistency, you must not try to do
>>> something different, otherwise it wouldn't provide an activate and
>>> popop-menu signal, but something like in GtkWidget
>>> button-press-event and button-release-event.
>> Just for information, the current development version of gtk+
>> provides button-press-event and button-release-event.
> Aha, nice. This does leave room in for middle clicks! Still, question
> is, what should you display on activate signal.
> Jarno suggests a menu, but for how many items? only preferences... well
> then you can display it directly imho. You could add several common menu
> items instead, and drop the less common menu items from the right click
> menu context.
Yes nice, but i'm not going to depend on gtk 2.16 for that, just for
> As of my first use of the pm, I was disoriented that a click didn't do
> anything, so I right clicked it and... well I chosen to open the
> preferences dialog.
I'll add something here no the "activate" signals, probably information
about the current status and/or the settings dialog.
Thanks for all the suggestions,
With my bests,
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