atariboy wrote:I am amazed at how many great features are crammed into ShellEnhancer! thanks!
atariboy wrote:now the wish list
- 32x32 icons in list mode
atariboy wrote:- XP themed version would be better layed out like the non themed version + it doesn't quite fit inside the themse borders on my current theme (OpusOS)
atariboy wrote:- an option to remove the 'note:' text
atariboy wrote:- alt-` cycles the oposite direction(same as alt-shift-tab but quicker/easier)
- option to show app name instead of what its title bar name is
- in list mode, the icon gets a selection box. could this be extended to got over the text also? (maybe an option?)
atariboy wrote:- option to always show window contents preview. currently when minimised, it only shows a small title bar
atariboy wrote:- only display one item in list per app
atariboy wrote:Mosaic switcher:
- option to always show window contents preview. currently when a window is minimised, it only shows a small title bar
atariboy wrote:- force windows of an app into 1 tile of the mosaic
atariboy wrote:- option to show name of app at all times, not just in tooltips
atariboy wrote:- keep a certain app in the same mosaic (helps to 'learn' where the app is)
atariboy wrote:- make it faster? (perhaps cache screenshots before mosaic is invoked)
Philip wrote:I guess you could try a tweak to get around the minimized.
Hook the minimize-function, whenever a window gets minimized take a screenshot & allow to minimize. These can be used to cache windows, and allow previews of minimized apps. Allow for a cyclic-buffer with.. say 4-5 screens, discarding the oldest. Could this work?
Marc G wrote:That might work, but I'm afraid that you'll notice some lag when you minimize the window because of the printwindow function.
Philip wrote:Marc G wrote:That might work, but I'm afraid that you'll notice some lag when you minimize the window because of the printwindow function.
Ah.. that's to bad. I never used that function, but it shouldn't have to be that slow. The window should already be rendered and a fast memcopy is all that's needed. Microsoft must've messed it up
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