Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of Ticket #14507, comment 2


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Sep 21, 2018, 8:08:41 AM (2 years ago)
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    44I've read that article earlier today and i think that the idea is not bad. I would rarely have use for it probably, but that does not mean that it would be useless for everyone.
    5 For me, the only part of it that i could probably use is to automatically pause pre-selected application whenever they lose focus - websites these days can contain some scripts that keep working all the time and drain battery. Sure, i can simply close browser every time, or find some add-on to "pause" specific tabs only, but that way would be browser-specific only. Having generic solution sounds better to me.
     5For me, the only part of it that i could probably use is to automatically pause pre-selected applications whenever they lose focus - websites these days can contain some scripts that keep working all the time and drain battery. Sure, i can simply close browser every time, or find some add-on to "pause" specific tabs only, but that way would be browser-specific only. Having generic solution sounds better to me.
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    77I'm not sure how Haiku applications react on those two signals, but if they (or actually default Application API, or system?) already support it, then it shouldn't be hard to implement one/any of: