[tomboy-list] Does anyone use the the middle-click-Tomboy-applet-pastes-to-Start-Here-note feature?
alex at beatniksoftware.com
Sat Jan 12 09:11:07 PST 2008
I still think this is an awesome feature, especially given the nicely
formatted datestamp. I added it at the request of miguel, who was
looking to replace his append-to-file shell-script, and wouldn't
switch to tomboy without it.
Could this be made into a plugin instead of just removing it? That
might give it a little more visibility for hackers, the most likely to
want the feature.
On 1/12/08, Sandy Armstrong <sanfordarmstrong at gmail.com> wrote:
> Last chance to defend this feature! I'm heavily leaning towards
> removing it as soon as there's a patch for it.
> On Mar 17, 2007 7:33 AM, Sanford Armstrong <sanfordarmstrong at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hey folks,
> > With regards to bug #359167 , does anybody actually use this feature?
> > Most GNOME applets let you move them by middle-click-dragging. With
> > Tomboy, when you middle-click on the applet (or notification icon),
> > any text in the clipboard is pasted to the Start Here note, which is
> > opened for you. I don't think this is documented anywhere.
> > Would you care if this feature went away?
> > Personally, I never use the Start Here note, so I'm probably not
> > qualified to judge whether or not it is a useful feature. Hence this
> > mail. :-)
> > Thanks,
> > Sandy
> >  http://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=359167
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