'Self learning system' like Gnome Do?

Bug #593614 reported by Jan on 2010-06-14
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(Note: originally Question: #113381 by KP Stolk: https://launchpad.net/~kp-stolk )


If I wanted to start Chrome for example with Gnome Do, I just type the 'C' and hit enter. Gnome Do remembers my favorite applications and sorts them. This is not with Cardapio at the moment? My question is: Will this change in future?

Cardapio would be much more efficient that way!

description: updated
description: updated
Thiago Teixeira (tvst) on 2010-06-14
Changed in cardapio:
importance: Undecided → Wishlist
Thiago Teixeira (tvst) on 2010-06-15
Changed in cardapio:
status: New → Confirmed
John Baer (j.baer) wrote :

Just installed on Lucid and it looks good. My suggestion is to add the following improvements.

* Favorites

For me this things I do a-lot I want to get to quickly. The netbook edition does a nice job with this. :) I also like how I can right click to add new items to favorites or remove items from favorites.

* Places displays as a single column. Again I would model the netbook architecture.

All-in-all well done.


Thiago Teixeira (tvst) wrote :


About favorites: Cardapio already has that feature :) . Just right-click on an app and choose "Pin this item".

About multi-column: That's something that I want to do, similar to the way Gnome Control Center works. That is, if the user makes the Cardapio window narrow, then the app list becomes single-column. If wide, it becomes multi-column with as many columns as we can fit. But I don't see it happening any time soon, because I have bigger bugs/features to fix/add.

[Sorry for derailing this bug report. All other discussion of this sort should take place in a blueprint in the future.]

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