Feature #842

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Make a setting to hide toolbar

Added by Kalle Kaitala 4016 days ago. Updated 3949 days ago.

Status:Closed Start:05/24/2013
Priority:Normal Due date:
Assigned to:avatarMirco Bauer % Done:

100%

Category:Frontend GNOME
Target version:0.9
Complexity:

Low

Votes: 3 (View)

Description

For some users the toolbar is superfluous and a waste of screen estate. Make a setting (internal) to disable it.

Related to Issue #706


Related issues

blocked by Smuxi - Feature #706 Make a system for exposing non-essential (internal) configuration choices New 04/06/2012

Associated revisions

Revision 6f06e14bc047075edceca687d91b6c380b2b40d9
Added by Mirco Bauer 3949 days ago

[Frontend-GNOME] Replaced "Show Join Bar" with "Show Toolbar" (closes: #842)

History

Updated by Mirco Bauer 3985 days ago

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  • Target version set to 0.9
  • Complexity set to Low

Updated by Rémi Rérolle 3984 days ago

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So, after our discussion on G+, I'll post my idea here:

Why not have the "Hide Quickjoin" hide the whole toolbar, just like it did before ?

Of course it would be renamed to "Hide toolbar".

I don't think people who've been using the Quickjoin until now would mind the additional toolbar.

Similarly, people who like the new toolbar shouldn't mind the Quickjoin either.

Updated by Rémi Rérolle 3984 days ago

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Also, in order to explain my use case and "why I don't want a toolbar", here's my setup:

I use a remote engine, so every time I open Smuxi, I have all my connections and channels open. This means I don't need a connect or join button. I never connect to another network, and very rarely join new channels. When I do, I'm really fine with just typing /j #channel.

Also, if I'd want to go fullscreen I'd just type F11, and I have no problems using the menu bar to open the preferences, open the log or find a channel...

As can be seen, I really have no use for the toolbar, and would like it to be hidden.

Updated by Mirco Bauer 3949 days ago

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  • Status changed from New to Closed
  • % Done changed from 0 to 100

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