Tabbles 1.2.0 beta1 [Feature REQ] 2012-07-05T05:14:29+00:00

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  • nefycee
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    I do not know where I should write this ๐Ÿ˜•

    I’ve got a style request
    In the desktop replace view, it would be nice when the toolbar is auto-hidden.
    And appears as drop down menu ๐Ÿ™‚
    Also in the compact view.

  • Maurizio
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    Post count: 196

    So you want to hide the toolbar and only see the menu bar?

    I assume the purpose is to save space?

  • nefycee
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    Post count: 143

    So you want to hide the toolbar and only see the menu bar?

    No, I thought of it the both are hidden

    I assume the purpose is to save space?

    Yes, in the compact view

    In die desktop replacement it’s just for the feel&look
    It has to do nothing with the functionality, ๐Ÿ˜ณ
    If I use the "replace view" I do not get rid of the feeling, I still have to close tabbles.
    With tool and menu bar it isn’t feeling like a desktop, and my screen looks smaller

  • Maurizio
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    Post count: 196

    I see. I am adding this to the TODO list.

  • Jfw
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    Post count: 36

    I would also add the possibility to remove the traditional menu somewhere in the options, this would allow the hard-core users to have this traditional menu ๐Ÿ˜€

  • mrdna
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    Post count: 220

    I can see uses for hiding either bar, or even both in some instances. This made me think of the way browsers handle toolbars. Besides being able to define which toolbars you want to see or not see they have a bookmarks toolbar that may be kinda useful in Tabbles.

    just a thought…

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