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Hi all,

Mirek M. wrote (14-03-12 21:51)
2012/3/13 Jan Holesovsky<>

So - what about to only show the percentage in the right bottom corner
always, and when the user places the mouse pointer over that, it would
[after a short timeout] extend to left (or upwards - whatever works
better for the users], and show the entire slider?

Looking at the goal, gaining vertical space, I am not yet convinced that there is an easy solution also looking pretty.

The bottom right corner is an active corner in Gnome Shell -- therefore,
buttons in that corner in maximized applications are basically impossible
to click on, so I'd advise against any on-hover behavior.

I'd also prefer to have the clickable slider shown up-front, without having
to wait for a slider to appear.

Why not have what Astron suggested -- a slider on the bottom, where it is
right now?
I've updated the wiki
page<> accordingly.

Thanks, I expect that it helps when there are, after the drafts, accurate designs to see if it really turns out effective. There is only very little room bottom right, for example.


 - Cor

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