kai.mast at freakybytes.org
Fri Feb 10 16:49:03 UTC 2012
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On 10.02.2012 17:32, Ray Perigo wrote:
> I'm not sure I'd call this a bug, but can we do something about the
stacking of battery level warning dialogs? I find that if I leave my
laptop unattended for a while and the battery drains to the warning
level, I've got like half a dozen dialogs to click out of. The UI would
be a bit cleaner if it could be set up so that only one dialog at a time
can be opened by the battery monitor.
> Is this something that's even within the Ubuntu devs' sphere of
control, or is it somewhere upstream in Gnome?
I guess the problem is that ubuntu-notifications don't support interaction.
In my opinion, it'd be better to just show normal notification bubbles
without interaction. There is the battery indicator that shows low
battery level anyways, the powercog could also turn red (like when
updates are required) to show that the computer is about to shutdown...
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