On showing the working set tooltip when switching documents

Sven Brauch svenbrauch at googlemail.com
Thu Sep 23 20:25:33 UTC 2010


wouldn't a multi-line tabbar actually be more useful than a scrollable one?
Just an idea.


2010/9/23 Milian Wolff <mail at milianw.de>

> Hey all, esp. David!
> While I like the idea of showing the working set tooltip when switching
> documents with e.g. CTRL + ALT + LEFT|RIGHT, it is quite annoying at the
> same
> time:
> 1) it shows a possible *huge* tooltip, with quite contrasting colors
> 2) it is shown too long, imo it *must* hide as soon as I release all
> buttons.
> And maybe it should only be shown when I press e.g. CTRL + ALT for some
> time.
> Like this:
> CTRL + ALT + LEFT (no popup)
> keep CTRL + ALT pressed (=> popup is shown after XYZmsec delay)
> CTRL + ALT released (=> popup is hidden)
> this is of course hard to implement with configurable shortcuts.
> But can it at least be hidden as soon as I release all modifiers of that
> action? The current implementation is too much noise for too long imo.
> If this is not possible, I'm actually *in favor* of removing this feature
> again. Lets rather scroll the tabbar better to always have the selected tab
> in
> the middle. If you want to find something in a list, use CTRL + TAB or
> quickopen...
> Bye
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> Milian Wolff
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