[Psi-devel] Re: Usability.
Mircea Bardac (IceRAM)
dev.list at mircea.bardac.net
Sun Feb 13 14:40:12 PST 2005
On Monday - 14 February 2005 00:10, Hal Rottenberg wrote:
> > > Yes. For example setting: "i'm a busy man" and just use "away" "online"
> > > "dnd" without even thinking about status message.
> > Psi displays the last status message when changing the status. You only
> > have to confirm it and you're done. No need to enter or recall it every
> > time.
> > If you don't want to confirm the message at all, you'd need to have two
> > separate sets of status change buttons: with and without a message. This
> > bloats things up. Or is there a way to do this? And I don't mean using
> > Shift+Click to select a message, people won't find that hidden option.
> Yeah, I understand what David means and can see why a lot of people
> would want it. Some people don't care so much about status messages.
> They will *always* want one of a small set of status messages, and do
> not want to be prompted at all when changing status. It would be a
> fairly drastic change to the way that Psi behaves now. I'm not saying
> it would be bad, just big.
I actually see this as a copy of the current Notification Toolbar, containing
a growing-multi-line edit field, just like in the ChatDlg, maybe with a
smaller font. People can turn the "toolbar" on (off by default) if they want
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