[IAEP] Enhancements to Sugar
levantamos.para.unir at gmail.com
Tue Oct 10 21:59:25 EDT 2017
Also, you may want to consider this:
When a user closes a tab in the Terminal activity, and the Terminal activity
detects any subprocess running in that tab (other than the shell), the Terminal
activity should warn the user before attempting to close that tab, because that
subprocess may be a text editor with open files that need to be saved.
The warning should be something like this:
"/Really close this tab?/
"Subprocess nano (PID 4461) is running inside this tab. If you close this tab,
this subprocess will be killed, any open files will be closed, and any edits
will be lost.
"/Really close this tab?/
"Subprocesses nano (PID 4461) and httpd (PID 4465) are running inside this tab.
If you close this tab, these subprocesses will be killed, any open
files will be closed,
and any edits will be lost.
2017-10-10 16:50 GMT-07:00, Chris Leonard <cjlhomeaddress at gmail.com>:
> Some of these might make good Google Code-in projects (see Sugar Digest
> message). Please consider the possibility that proposing a task/feature and
> mentoring a GCI coder to execute it has benefits far beyond landing the
> feature itself.
> On Tue, Oct 10, 2017 at 7:31 PM, Ryan Cunningham <
> levantamos.para.unir at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Dear Sugar Labs,
>> I would like to propose several enhancements to the Sugar user
>> interface, as follows:
>> (1) An addition to the Frame, allowing the user to see the date and
>> time from within Sugar. This should be in the form of a clock in the
>> bottom right of the Frame, between the network and display panels.
>> When clicked or hovered over, the clock should display a panel
>> reading as follows, from the top down: (A) Aligned to the left, a
>> descriptive title reading "Clock". (B) A separator. (C) Aligned in the
>> center, the current date and time, displayed according to the system
>> regional preferences. (D) Another separator. (E) Aligned to the left,
>> a menu entry reading "Date and Time Settings" (with an icon to the
>> left if desired), which should open the "Date and Time" panel in My
>> (2) Enhancements that allow better interaction with Sugar with a
>> screen reader and/or without a mouse:
>> (A) Every non-text element of Sugar's user interface should have a
>> descriptive title readable by screen readers.
>> (B) The keyboard shortcut Ctrl+Tab (or another that you devise) should
>> move between areas of focus (for example, the activity toolbar and the
>> body area of the activity, or the entire activity and the Frame).
>> (C) In a toolbar, pressing Tab, Shift+Tab, Left, or Right should move
>> between the toolbar's items; pressing Enter should activate any item;
>> pressing Down should reveal a sub-toolbar beneath a selected item (if
>> there is one); pressing Down again should highlight the first item on
>> the sub-toolbar; and pressing Up or Escape should hide the
>> (D) Pressing Tab in the Frame should move the focus clockwise;
>> pressing Shift+Tab should move it counter-clockwise. The focus should
>> start in the upper left. Pressing Enter on any item should activate it
>> (or de-activate it, if it is already active). Pressing Up or Left on
>> an item that brings up a menu (depending on where the item is in the
>> Frame) should select, respectively, the last or first entry in that
>> menu. Pressing Escape should hide that menu; pressing Escape (or F6)
>> again should hide the Frame.
>> [1 In case of the Browse activity, the "body area" would be the
>> browser viewport showing the Web page currently being viewed.]
>> Ryan Cunningham
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