Re: notes sidebar usefulness?

I don't like having to select from a dropdown to enter notes/select a
different view.  I think that Konqueror does a better job with its
button layout.

On Wed, 2003-01-15 at 18:15, Sri Ramkrishna wrote:
> Do people find the notes sidebar on Nautilus useful at all?  I find that
> if you turn it on most of the time it's blank becuase I don't put notes
> for every file I have.
> I'd like to use this feature more but the current implemention feels
> clumsy for me making notes not a very useful feature for me.  The second
> thing is that ntoes only show up if you double click on the file.  I have
> to commit to opening the file and doing something with it in order to see
> the notes for it.
> What I would be nice is to see the notes when when I select the file and
> only when there are actually notes for a file.  The only problem is that I
> don't use the sidebar at all as it makes the nautilus window too busy
> IMHO but it would be nice to pop up the sidebar if there are notes
> available.
> Alternatively, if under a certain number of chars it could be pop up text
> when you highlight an icon.
> I just think that we could really make the notes feature a lot more useful
> than it currently is.  I think in a business environment this really could
> come in handy.
> regards,
> sri
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