[chandler-users] Chandler as a tray-icon and quick-entry of data
via keyboard shortcuts and quick-entry dialog
Marcelo de Moraes Serpa
celoserpa at gmail.com
Wed May 21 11:30:50 PDT 2008
Hey Mimi, thanks for the reply.
Well... almost what I'm talking about. But my idea is to have Chandler
hidden and then associate a OS wide keyboard to open a small dialog to input
data into a specific collection (exactly like the google widget does, but to
reach google widget I have to reach FireFox, first).
A question: Couldn't "open collection in a separate Windows" be also
On Wed, May 14, 2008 at 5:52 PM, Mimi Yin <mimi at osafoundation.org> wrote:
> 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,
>> chandler-users mailing list
>> chandler-users at osafoundation.org
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