openSUSE:GNOME Pet Peeves Project
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Pet Peeves Project for 11.4
Specific to openSUSE
- Notification theme lacks elegance. Fedora 13 and Ubuntu 10.04 on the other hand have moved to a much more elegant tooltip/notification theme which does add some beauty to the desktop.
- vuntz: notification-daemon 0.5 contains a new cool default theme that we will use (it's already in G:F). Tooltip isn't changed, though.
- badshah400: upstream bug and patch used by Fedora and Ubuntu for rounded tooltips.
- badshah400: Fedora follow-up patches
- badshah400: Fedora patch for better positioning of tooltips
- CD drive getting locked in by the GNOME desktop Bug #418944
- New applications in application-browser not disappearing automatically after a number of uses, or a number of days Bug #591072
- Maximize/Restore button and Close button on the window title-bar too close for comfort, and the buttons are small too leading to accidental closing of the window when the intention was to maximize/restore.
- Solution: Add a spacer between the two buttons gconf key /apps/metacity/general/button_layout = menu:minimize,maximize,spacer,close
- Banshee "Stop when finished" indicators
- Epiphany Missing spellchecker
- Icon scrambling in the desktop area
- Lack of undo button in nautilus. See upstream discussion and upstream bug.
- Gnome-terminal not being able to remember custom window sizes, and resetting to a default every time a new instance is started .
- Open directory containing file in Evince
- Patch available upstream
- Network-manager is not a11y friendly
- Example: Inability to connect to wireless/VPN without using mouse
- A keyboard shortcut to toggle between open/close of the calendar
- Easily add wallpapers to gnome-appearance-properties
- Patch g-a-p to automatically add images a user stores in ~/Pictures/Wallpapers ?
- Upstream implementation: http://blogs.gnome.org/thos/2010/07/26/gnome-background-chooser-flickr/
- Look at webilder
- Evolution's treeview looks ugly with threaded messages
- Evolution showing mail in treeview doesn't work very well... Due to missing lines connecting the expanders you can hardly see the tree itself and have to look for that all the time. Might be in part a theme issue.
- Refer here.
- Looks impossible with wide view, and not so bad with the normal view, though tree-lines would definitely help esp with threads that run deep.
- Evolution needs to use this function in threaded view: 
- Upstream bug
- Nautilus not being able to remember custom window sizes, and resetting to a default every time a new instance is started [Upstream bug].
- Menu mess Bug #595912
- Already fixed by Milestone 1.