Re: [Rhythmbox-devel] Scalable tray icon & scrollwheell behaviour
- From: "Edgar Luna" <edgar lunadiaz net>
- To: rhythmbox-devel gnome org
- Subject: Re: [Rhythmbox-devel] Scalable tray icon & scrollwheell behaviour
- Date: Thu, 27 Sep 2007 10:04:05 -0500
On 9/26/07, Karsten Schmiedecke <Karsten Schmiedecke gmx de> wrote:
> On Tuesday, 25 September 2007, tomás pollak wrote:
> > Another thing I've always wished for is the ability to define the
> > behaviour of the scrollwheel over the system tray icon. I know some
> > people like to control RB's volume with the scrollwheel, but it would
> > also be nice to be able to switch songs (forward/backward).
> > Personally, I believe that's much more functional since I already have
> > a volume control in the system tray.
Beware that both volumen are differnt, for example I tend to hear my
Rhythmbox music as background for movies, so I lower the Rhythmbox
volume letting the volume of the whole system normal.
Then I like to appoint that if you have a "little" checkbox for
anything, you end up with Amarok. Not that its bad, is just another
approach to solve problems.
> Umm, +1 on that. Actually, I have a Logitech-mouse with what they call a "tilt
> wheel", where you can tilt the mouse wheel to the left or right, triggering
> an event (Mouse Btn 7 or 8 or something like that). I'd love to be able to
> control the volume by scrolling and the title by tilting on the tray icon.
> Does that sound in any way feasible?
-1 If I can say something :-). So specialized behavior doesn't sound
like "good UI".
Edgar A. Luna
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