[chandler-users] Chandler as a tray-icon and quick-entry of data via keyboard shortcuts and quick-entry dialog

Mimi Yin mimi at osafoundation.org
Wed May 14 13:52:03 PDT 2008

Hi Marcelo,

Andre has been using the new "Independent Detail View" feature  
(coming in 0.7.6) as a hack for what you're describing below. He has  
1 item open in a separate window all the time that he calls his  
"Bucket Item".

You can create multiple new items with this technique, but you can  
have a holding area of sorts to put stuff temporarily without having  
to go to the main Chandler interface.

(Andre, correct me if I'm incorrectly describing what you're doing.)


On May 9, 2008, at 7:28 AM, Marcelo de Moraes Serpa wrote:

> Long subject uh? :)
> It would be really cool and useful if you could keep Chandler  
> minimized, as a "tray-icon" with a context popup menu to maximize  
> the full interface again (and other commands maybe) should you need  
> to organize your collections or do something more complex, if you  
> just needed to input some data, you could configure keyboard  
> shortcuts for quick-entry of notes and tasks (and pre-configure to  
> which collection each keyboard shortcut would get the task to).
> Keep up the great work,
> Marcelo.
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