For those who care about the notification-daemon

Matthew Paul Thomas mpt at canonical.com
Wed Jan 25 13:16:53 GMT 2006


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On 24 Jan, 2006, at 3:43 AM, Michael Vogt wrote:
> ...
> Here are the options we have:
> 1. keep the current bubble look (needs some upstream work, as the 
> bubbles
>    are broken right now in upstream svn)
> ...

Add me to the "don't have a close button" throng, for two reasons.
1.  Much smaller target == much slower to click.
2.  If you're just about to click something underneath where the
     notification appears, you shouldn't have to move out of the way to
     close the notification, then back to click the original item. You
     should be able to just click twice.

Given that, the whole bubble needs to look clickable, which means 
having bevelled edges. The current appearance has too fat an outline.
I also like the idea of using the same color as tooltips normally do.

- -- 
Matthew Paul Thomas
http://mpt.net.nz/
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