Context menu for Deskbar application entries
|Reported by:||stippi||Owned by:||stippi|
|Blocked By:||Blocking:||#4533, #12067|
|Has a Patch:||no||Platform:||All|
Currently, clicking the Deskbar application entries with the primary or secondary mouse button makes no difference, it opens the window management sub-menu.
It could be cool to make the secondary click open a context menu, with at least these entries:
- Start this application at boot
- Make this entry sticky
The first feature would link the application into the launch folder. Perhaps the menu could be fine-tuned to support distinguishing between all users or only the current user.
The second feature is a rip-off of Windows 7. I think it's great for pulling the LaunchBox feature set into Deskbar. A stick application is simply not running at first, you can click the button or drop files onto the entry, which will launch it then, just like in LaunchBox. For example, if you have both LaunchBox and DeskBar open, running applications get two icons on the screen, while the functionality of Deskbar and LaunchBox partly overlaps. You could say LaunchBox only exists, because Deskbar has some features missing...