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hide icons and location bar

  

KDE4 Brainstorm

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hide icons and location bar
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Depends on  KDE 4.x
Downloads:  543
Submitted:  Jan 20 2007
Updated:  Jan 20 2007

Description:

On the mac you have the option to hide the icon and location/menu bar.

I really appreciated this feature, it save space.

i was thinking the implementing this feature in KDE must not been so hard (i think :( ).

This button don't have to be default, but as a extra button in the KDE window decoration configuration center.

When making this you can make this a little diverend from Mac behavior, 1 click hide the first bar click again hide the second and click again bring them a back.

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because people say that a button on the titlebar is a bit overkill (i don.t think so) but let's give you a alternative idea. Let give Konqueror the same behavior as Seamonkey/Netscape. when clicking far right on the icon/adres bar the bar go's up.
This way the gui is not changed,(you even don't have to see anything). but you have an option to hide when you want to do so.

PS.(must be a double click action, because when make this a single click action and you want to click the back button you don't close the bar when you don't want that.)




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 Good "Idea"

 
 by T1m on: Jan 21 2007
 
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I think that would be so useful!


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 You can remove bars!

 
 by ZeeD on: Jan 21 2007
 
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(re-translating from italian to english)
settings -> toolbars


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 Re: You can remove b

 
 by dummy on: Jan 21 2007
 
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yes i know that!.... :(
But that's not the point.

hiding the bars is to complicated when you want to hide the bars for a moment and want them back the next time you start the program again.

It's the same as the "f11" function to go full screen, when you can't go full screen whit f11 but only when clicking Extra->options->full screen (for example) people don't going to use this option.

my point is that this option is 1 click away.


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 Re: Re: You can remove b

 
 by Superstoned on: Jan 22 2007
 
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i'd say ask for a shortcut to hide the toolbar. a button on the windec is a bit overkill, esp if it's default. maybe as an option, but you'd have to find someone who is willing to write that... if you can find someone (or do it yourself), it's easilly done, i think, they would accept a reasonably written patch. but i don't think you will get any of the core dev's to write it.


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 Re: Re: Re: You can

 
 by dummy on: Jan 22 2007
 
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i'd say ask for a shortcut to hide the toolbar.

that is a option.

a button on the windec is a bit overkill, esp if it's default.

I think this feature has to be a option and not default, people can select this button when dey want to(see original discription) But i disagree that it will be a overkill. (Mac has it, when it's a overkill Mac developers will delete this function than,... i think, so mac developers think deferent about this)

But if others think that this is a bad idea,... thats ok. :).


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 by benbrady on: Jan 22 2007
 
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It looks like a very stupid confusing way of implimenting a nice feature opera we browser has used for versions 8+.
Not saying it's a dumb thing but why does it need to be on the titlebar when its only effecting stuff within the window.


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 re:

 
 by dummy on: Jan 22 2007
 
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If you have a better idea, please share.
I think it's a logical place to put the button (mac os have the same place) putting the button in the bar you can't see it anymore when hiding ;).

so where you want to put the button than other than the window decoration?


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