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* Better pulseaudio support (even though the sound is generated through pulseaudio, we cannot easily access pa settings)
 
* Better pulseaudio support (even though the sound is generated through pulseaudio, we cannot easily access pa settings)
 
* Ability to turn tapping on touchpad on (setting it via gnome utils does not seem to make it work under xfce)
 
* Ability to turn tapping on touchpad on (setting it via gnome utils does not seem to make it work under xfce)
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* Same widget theme for GTK+2 and GTK+3 (currently does not exist)
 
* Add your suggestion here...
 
* Add your suggestion here...
  
  
 
'''TODO''': better formulate the above points and fill out feature requests upstream or downstream (where appropriate).
 
'''TODO''': better formulate the above points and fill out feature requests upstream or downstream (where appropriate).

Revision as of 09:51, 5 March 2011

What do we think could be improved in XFCE, both upstream and Fedora.

  • Better thumbnailing (currently things don't have autogenerated thumbnails, sometimes these can be generated by external app, no thumbnails on desktop though)
  • Implement Tabs/Panels in Thunar
  • Make default desktop prettier -- less spacing, no or almost no background in icon labels
  • Keyring support in midori
  • Time/Calendars applets are a mess -- need one that can do sensibly both.
  • Easier dual head (currently only cloning is supported via gui config)
  • Better pulseaudio support (even though the sound is generated through pulseaudio, we cannot easily access pa settings)
  • Ability to turn tapping on touchpad on (setting it via gnome utils does not seem to make it work under xfce)
  • Same widget theme for GTK+2 and GTK+3 (currently does not exist)
  • Add your suggestion here...


TODO: better formulate the above points and fill out feature requests upstream or downstream (where appropriate).