[Konsole-devel] [PATCH] konsole: Increase the number of tab-switch hotkeys from 10 to 14
kurt.hindenburg at gmail.com
Sun Mar 24 14:20:19 UTC 2013
Hello, thanks for the patch and feedback. My keyboard has 19 function
keys - I wonder if allowing 19 would be a good idea.
On Sun, Mar 24, 2013 at 5:49 AM, Ingo Molnar <mingo at kernel.org> wrote:
> - once you go full-screen in Konsole, there's no way to go back to
> windowed mode again, even with the
> mouse: there's no menu entry AFAICS. The "Show Menubar" action gets
The 'Show Menubar' should work and does here. If you assign 'Full Screen'
a shortcut does that work?
> - "konsole" on the command line knows about -v, but -h does not display a
> customary help text. It displays that I
> should have typed --help, but I suppose it could respond to -h as well.
Konsole/KDE uses Qt/KDE standard help command-line options - I'll see what
it would take to add it.
> - for scripted start-up there's --tabs-from-file and I use it - but
> there's no --full-screen option like
> gnome-terminal has. So after every fresh konsole start-up I have to hit
--fullscreen was just added so it will be in KDE 4.11 (On a side-note I
see gnome uses "--full-screen")
> - It would be nice to allow the inhibition of the closing of a particular
> tab via Ctrl-D. I sometimes mistakenly
> close tabs this way, either as a result of a typo, or because Ctrl-D is
> a regular shell and editor pattern.
> I'd love to have something like the 'protect tab' feature in Firefox.
> Enabling this globally would be cool as
Yes, this has been asked before and there is a bug report on it.
> - it might make sense to fill in a couple of hotkeys by default: F11 for
> full screen switching (this is pretty
> standard for most desktop environments), and the Alt-1,2,3,...,9,0 keys
> for the tab-switching hotkeys.
> gnome-terminal has these mapped by default.
Yes, I had thought F11 was bound to full screen but I agree w/ you.
> - The --tabs-from-file syntax took a bit of experimentation to get right.
> Might make sense to add a simple
> example to the online help text, to help those like me who are slightly
> confused about the expected syntax?
The Handbook (Help->Konsole Handbook) does have 1 example and there are
some examples in the code.
> - I found no way so far to create a truly minimalistic appearance for the
> tab bar (which is on the top for me).
> In particular I'd like to get rid of the icons, to only see the
> vertical tab separators and the black tab title
> letters on white background. In other aspects Konsole full screen mode
> is perfect: after disabling the scroll
> bar I have nothing but source code and the tab bar on the screen.
In KDE3 you could have only icons or only text - we haven't implemented
this in KDE4 although it has been asked for.
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