indicator-applet is too closed for other messaging apps
i don't know if this is too difficult to develop or what's the point of the closed behaviour of indicator-applet.
i would like to choose which messaging applications should show up in the applet and which functions i want to have.
something like a GUI to choose from installed apps and from the functions this apps have.
i.e. i use Skype, Pidgin/Empathy, Thunderbird and Gwibber.
now i want to start the "indicator-
for me it is a bug, because Linux is all about freedom of choice and the indicator-applet isn't free for choice!!
if a GUI driven configuration is too difficult i could live with a tutorial how to achive the wanted behaviour!!
i managed to get Thunderbird fully functional in the applet, but that doesn't work with skype and it doesn't work to close Thunderbird to applet but still running in the background.
|Alexey Kotlyarov (koterpillar) wrote : Re: [Bug 573954] Re: indicator-applet is too closed for other messaging apps||#5|