Re: New Extensions - Tabs on Treeview
- From: Jeff <web kiddo free fr>
- To: kevin michel <kha hem gmail com>
- Cc: epiphany-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: New Extensions - Tabs on Treeview
- Date: Thu, 26 Apr 2007 13:48:01 -0400
Holy cow, I should not have procrastinated for so long! I actually wrote
a very primitive extension months ago that did something roughly
similar, but just "puts the tabs on the left".
Do you think you could merge mine into your extension or something like
that? Beware of my really newbish/hackish code (well it is as simple as
I could make it)
I would love to have an extension that combines both our extension's
functionality included per default in Epiphany. Is that a possibility?
Jeff / Nekohayo
Le mardi 10 avril 2007 �3:10 +0000, kevin michel a �it :
> I'm currenly working on a new extension replacing tabs with a sidebar.
> I think this may interest people with lots of tabs, I found it scales
> better with more than 10 tabs
> and allow faster visual scanning and reordering (less distances
> between tabs). It's not really better than tabs on the left though,
> except it's more compact and visually lighter.
> The code is not yet clean and needs testing, particularly for
> differences between 2.16 and 2.18 ( I'm working on a 2.16.3 epiphany
> ), known issues and limitations are :
> * Incompatible with the Sidebar extension
> * The close button is in a place we expect it to close the sidebar,
> not the current tab.
> I don't know where to put the "close current tab" button(s),
> horizontal space is not cheap
> in a toolbar so having one per row isn't a good idea I think.
> * It's not yet possible to drag the sidebar between left and right side
> * Managing right-part width in a Panel is a nightmare, may break some day.
> As usual, ideas and bug reports are welcome :)
> Kevin MICHEL
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