Featurlets for 4.7
Aaron J. Seigo
aseigo at kde.org
Thu Feb 17 17:47:58 CET 2011
On Thursday, February 17, 2011, John Layt wrote:
> On Tuesday 15 February 2011 17:59:54 Aaron J. Seigo wrote:
> > the timezone tooltip already does use a table to align content. as for
> > the calendar popups: don't bother. i've started a branch in
> > kde-workspace called plasmaclock/eventsinline where i plan to
> > gratuitously steal some design ideas from gnome-shell's calendar popup:
> > calendar on the left, events on the right.
> Interesting, I'll have a look. Kind of like the NetworkManger plasmoid
> pop-up I guess? But surely we'll still need the old pop-up on hover over
> the clock itself, or will people always need to pop up the calendar first?
the clock and the calendar handle their own tooltips. they are not related.
> Will that change days on hover or on click?
to _change_ the day -> click
to _preview_ the contents of the day -> hover (or click, for touch devices)
iow, nothing there changes.
> Will that work on space
> constrained devices (mobile, netbook)?
yes. it's not that big.
> How's that going to look popping
> up from the panel clock in the bottom right corner
just like it does now, only with a larger popup. like, as you noted, the
networking plasmoid does.
> Could the events list code be shared with a standalone plasmoid as well?
the standalone calendar? yes. they already share the calendar table. i think
it needs to be modified somewhat as it may not be a popup and so the events
pane should be collapsable.
> There's a wish (https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=186913) to show the
> temperature in the clock which I didn't include as it's the wrong place,
> but having a side panel like that would have the room for a weather icon
> and summary at the top, like all those weather/calendar home screen
> widgets you see on Android.
the weather engine would make that easy enough, yes. not 100% sure if it makes
a ton of sense to have the weather there rather than other useful information.
Aaron J. Seigo
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