[chandler-users] Another possible feature request
poojanwagh at gmail.com
Wed Nov 7 12:15:18 PST 2007
+1 for this feature.
On Nov 7, 2007 1:56 PM, Benjamin Wilreker <starvada at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Hi All,
> Regarding assigning function keys, I suggest the following changes to
> the view menu:
> View -->
> Saved Views Manager-->
> Save View
> Delete Saved View
> Switch Views-->
> [user defined name 1]: CTRL+F1
> [user defined name 2]: CTRL+F2
> [user defined name 3]: CTRL+F3
> et cetera
> SAVE VIEW would 1. Prompt the user to enter a name; 2. Save the
> appropriate settings together with the name, and 3. Add an item to the
> "Switch Views" submenu that included the name followed by a colon and
> the keystroke combination.
> SWITCH VIEWS would provide a visual reminder of all currently assigned
> keystrokes, and allow an alternate means to select views.
> Benjamin Wilreker
> Department of Human Behavior
> College of Southern Nevada
> research at indril.com
> --- Mimi Yin <mimi at osafoundation.org> wrote:
> > We've talked in the past about implementing a 'Bookmarks Bar' across
> > the top of (under the main toolbar). It would allow you to set up
> > custom views and then save them to the top for quick, one-click
> > access.
> > This would then relegate the sidebar to be more of a filtering,
> > exploratory navigation device which could stay closed most of the
> > time, providing more screen real estate for the Triage Table /
> > Calendar and Item Details.
> > What you're suggesting however, would be easier to implement as it
> > doesn't require additional interface work.
> > We could add a menu item under View>>Save View and automatically
> > assign a keyboard shortcut for each view.
> > What would get saved?
> > + Overlaid collections
> > + Application area
> > Not sure about these...
> > + Column widths?
> > + Column sort?
> > + Open/Closed Triage Sections?
> > + Day versus Week view?
> > Mimi
> > On Nov 6, 2007, at 11:28 PM, Benjamin Wilreker wrote:
> > > Hi Folks,
> > >
> > > As my number of collections has grown, I've realized that I wish
> > there
> > > were a shortcut to select particular combinations of overlays in
> > the
> > > calendar. For example, perhaps I could use CTRL+F1 to pull up all
> > > of my
> > > personal overlays, CTRL+F2 to bring up all my research projects,
> > > CTRL+F3
> > > to bring up all my classes, CTRL+F4 to bring up my medieval
> > recreation
> > > events, and so forth.
> > >
> > > Thoughts?
> > >
> > > Benjamin Wilreker
> > > Department of Human Behavior
> > > College of Southern Nevada
> > > research at indril.com
> > >
> > >
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