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Re: Toolbar support like in Firefox

by Vyper » Sun Aug 01, 2010 6:24 am

Are there any plans in this area? Would be nice to drag and drop ANY icon where I want it and as mentioned in the beginning, locking capabilities.

Re: Toolbar support like in Firefox

by chrisjj » Fri Sep 04, 2009 11:12 am

> I think this is an add-on feature.

I disagree.

> I believe the core features are much more important.

... but I agree that there are far more pressing matters. There are dozens of bugs that should be fixed before any feature addition.

Re: Toolbar support like in Firefox

by bruecksteve » Fri Sep 04, 2009 10:54 am

I think this is an add-on feature. As long as the hooks are there to do it, I would not spend time on this feature. I believe the core features are much more important.

Re: Toolbar support like in Firefox

by nohitter151 » Thu Jul 30, 2009 4:24 pm

redelephant wrote:I don't use Firefox, so I don't know what "toolbar support like in Firefox" means, so I can't vote for or against!

For future polls, I would ask for simple explanations of what the proposed feature will provide. I'm sure many MM users are, like me, music lovers but not computer experts.
This feature is already implemented.

Re: Toolbar support like in Firefox

by redelephant » Thu Jul 30, 2009 3:30 pm

I don't use Firefox, so I don't know what "toolbar support like in Firefox" means, so I can't vote for or against!

For future polls, I would ask for simple explanations of what the proposed feature will provide. I'm sure many MM users are, like me, music lovers but not computer experts.

Re: Toolbar support like in Firefox

by martialartsguy » Wed Jun 24, 2009 1:07 pm

Ha!

I should've realized that! Gracias.

Re: Toolbar support like in Firefox

by Lowlander » Wed Jun 24, 2009 12:46 pm

martialartsguy wrote:Where would I let the devs know that I'm for this particular change for the next beta?
Right here in the wishlist forum.

Re: Toolbar support like in Firefox

by martialartsguy » Wed Jun 24, 2009 8:57 am

Peke,

Understood for this release. Where would I let the devs know that I'm for this particular change for the next beta?

Re: Toolbar support like in Firefox

by Peke » Tue Jun 23, 2009 9:11 pm

Well, currently in MM 3.1.1 most likely no, as new features involves new playable customization gadgets, hints, descriptions, localizations, regression risk, bugs, ... But more things like this can be expected in next beta cycle.

Toolbar Customization in 3.1 was added later in Beta Cycle and it is made to be STABLE for first iteration. There is very different points/aspects of implementation and user experience. For example I really like how Firefox Solved that and Single dialog with all possible toolbar icons and you D&D them to anchor points in available toolbars, Office '07 has done good job also, but for example I do not like how IE8 make toolbar customization.

Re: Toolbar support like in Firefox

by martialartsguy » Tue Jun 23, 2009 3:57 pm

I like the customize, but can we please get locking on the toolbar? Pretty please? :D

Re: Toolbar support like in Firefox

by Ludek » Wed Apr 29, 2009 4:36 am

Customizing toolbars is added in version 3.1 now available in the beta testing section, it is in RC state and going to be officially released soon.

Re: Toolbar support like in Firefox

by palma83 » Tue Mar 24, 2009 6:12 pm

Yes, I too would like to be able to save the file

Re: Toolbar support like in Firefox

by Vaer » Tue Mar 24, 2009 3:07 pm

+1 to the locking of toolbars, that's the whole reason I found this thread in google ;p

I keep accidentally displacing them and it takes ages trying to reposition them.

They always seem to jump to where you least want them :(

Re: Toolbar support like in Firefox

by colin_e » Fri Jan 02, 2009 6:02 pm

Customising toolbars is great IF you can export the customisation to a file, save it, and reload it.

I have 5 computers and 5 users in my family, and rebuilding toolbar customisations for each user in some apps gets REALLY tedious when a machine OS needs to be reinstalled. I just want to get things set up the way I want, save a definition file. and then load the same file for each user.

Even nicer would be "layered" customisations (shared/personal) where the system admin can set a default customisation that's automatically applied for each user, but the user can override, but that's probably getting a bit over-advanced.

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