Re: adding dead space to floating panels
- From: Bertrand <anneetbertrand gnome org>
- To: gnome-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: adding dead space to floating panels
- Date: Tue Jan 21 18:14:01 2003
Just my opinion : modemlights applet "is" my dialer. And it's a very
cool feature of gnome. I never used gppp or kppp because they just
don't work on my system (Mdk8.2 PPC).
And I don't like these big windows for displaying such a little
information : are you connected or not ?
On Sun, 2003-01-19 at 09:51, MArk Finlay wrote:
> > 2. Modem lights: If a user connects to the internet using a dialer
> > program it should minimize into the notification area as in
> > should a user need to manually add this to the panel?
> I agree with what you say for the other applets, and If gnome had a
> GUI dialup program it would be great if it behaved as you describe.
> The Modem lights applet does more that just display info when the
> is online.
> I and a lot of other users use it to dial up too ..
And I of course am not advocating removal of it before an acceptable
substitute is available :)
To be a real and very cool dialer, Modemlights only needs to offer the
ability to set different connections for different IAP and to choose
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