Processing Ajax...

Title
Close Dialog

Message

Confirm
Close Dialog

Confirm
Close Dialog

Request: Taskbar options

User Image
GothicDeath
40 discussion posts
Hi thanks for all the great bug fixes and helping us all. Your app is wonderful. I do have a few ideas that mite help the Taskbar even more though and a few other ideas.

Main Ideas:
1) System Clock (just nice to have so you don't have to go to main monitor is you have a tri or quad setup).
2) Notification Area (same as above)

Optional:
3) Start Menu (but if we have custom startmenu orbs, it will read the orb from explorer.exe)

Title Buttons:
1) Roll Up (Rolling up hides the contents of a window while leaving its title bar visible)
2) Minimize to system tray (aka notification area)

Maybe add some of them or all if do able to v3.2.xxx
Mar 6, 2010  • #1
User Image
sLAUGHTER
24 discussion posts
Not every application is able to be minimized to tray, unless Jon decides to do lots of subclassing...
Mar 6, 2010  • #2
jerone's profile on WallpaperFusion.com
I like to have the system clock too.

Another feature I like having is possibility to rearrange the icons and being able to 'pin' them.
Mar 8, 2010  • #3
Jon Tackabury (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
@GothicDeath: System clock is planned, notification tray is not planned. Additional Start Menu's is planned. Roll-up isn't planned, but is an interesting idea, but minimize to system tray is not planned.

@jerone: The clock is planned, as is pinning applications. You can already drag running applications around on the DisplayFusion taskbar to re-order them. :)

If you have any other questions please feel free to ask. :)
Mar 8, 2010  • #4
jerone's profile on WallpaperFusion.com
Quote:
@GothicDeath: System clock is planned, notification tray is not planned. Additional Start Menu's is planned. Roll-up isn't planned, but is an interesting idea, but minimize to system tray is not planned.

@jerone: The clock is planned, as is pinning applications. You can already drag running applications around on the DisplayFusion taskbar to re-order them. :)

If you have any other questions please feel free to ask. :)
Jon, you're correct. I tried moving the running applications, but I didn't noticed the drag-mouse pointer instead of moving the whole icon box, which only shows after the mouse is moved off the current icon (maybe this could be made more clear).

Great to hear the other suggestions are on you todo list.
Mar 8, 2010  • #5
Jon Tackabury (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
Sorry that the dragging isn't more obvious, that is something I hope to improve in the future as well. :)
Apr 15, 2010  • #6
Was this helpful?  Login to Vote(-)  Login to Vote(-)