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plugins_wish_list [2018/04/27 14:15]
nutsek [Notification Area]
plugins_wish_list [2018/08/28 01:06]
svein83 [New Plugins]
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   * Only show icons for applications on the current workspace.   * Only show icons for applications on the current workspace.
   * Pleeeeeeeease bring back the rows option that was definitely in 4.6.1. In 4.10 I cannot make icons small AND use the all the space available in the notif area: I have a 22 pixel bar but icons can only go down to 12 pixels... not that with a 24 pixel bar (or any size) the rows come back (even 24px is far too big - vertical space is at a premium since the fashion and cheapness/​profitability of wide-screens,​ so even 2px more is massively wasteful).   * Pleeeeeeeease bring back the rows option that was definitely in 4.6.1. In 4.10 I cannot make icons small AND use the all the space available in the notif area: I have a 22 pixel bar but icons can only go down to 12 pixels... not that with a 24 pixel bar (or any size) the rows come back (even 24px is far too big - vertical space is at a premium since the fashion and cheapness/​profitability of wide-screens,​ so even 2px more is massively wasteful).
-<​del> ​ ​* ​Specified application order in systray/​notification area (like in indicator-plugin or statusnotifier not alphabetical but predefined )</​del>​ (already added in 4.13)+  * <​del>​Specified application order in systray/​notification area (like in indicator-plugin or statusnotifier not alphabetical but predefined )</​del>​ (already added in 4.13)
  
  
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   * Add a plugin that shows recent notifications. Like Cinnamon and Gnome desktops.   * Add a plugin that shows recent notifications. Like Cinnamon and Gnome desktops.
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 +  * A user-customizable slider toggle. Made so it runs a command when turned on, and another when turned off. This would be extremely useful for developers using VMs or containers. And for web developers or service providers with loads of projects. To enable and disable virtual hosts. Even for sysadmins who want to stop/​start/​enable/​disable things like tasks/​daemons/​services. enabling/​disabling ssh tunnels/vpn connections/​firewall exceptions. The possibilities are endless. stdout/​stderr could optionally be shown as notifications.