Opened 21 years ago
Last modified 8 years ago
#1649 closed Feature request
add customisable systray icon tooltip
|Reported by:||kaleus||Owned by:||Alexander Schuch|
|Keywords:||taskbar-notification-area||Cc:||kaleus, Alexander Schuch|
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Description (last modified by )
My request are :
-SysTray tooltip with more info (customisable will be the
-Displaying shortcuts in status bar tips and menu,
important I think.
-A more beautifull toolbar, and why not a customisable
one, like PowerArchiver with it's huge skins archive !
-Possibility of set the program to not send the file that
failed to download (or upload) at the end of the queue
but retry it as many time I have setting that.
Thank you very much for your great program ! :o)
Change History (3)
comment:1 by , 15 years ago
comment:2 by , 15 years ago
The request about a custom systray tooltip has been filed earlier already. Furthermore the mentioned RFE only covers one request instead of four. Please see the following item for details:
[ 540328 ] Info Tip on systray icons
Closing this RFE. If you think that your very last request still makes sense for FileZilla 3, please open a new RFE and give some more details. Thanks!
comment:3 by , 8 years ago
This is a duplicate of ticket:1588.
1) FileZilla 3 has no "systray" icon anymore, but it might be re-implemented one day. For the tooltip there... maybe it can be customised with placeholders like
2) Available shortcuts are displayed next to the menu item. There is no need to show them again in the status bar.
3) This is covered by the following item and because of that not subject to this one anymore:
[ 584216 ] Rearrange toolbar buttons
4) This doesn't make any sense to me. If a transfer failed, it should be put to the end of the queue so that other transfers can be processed. And the failed one should only be (automatically) retried, if there are no other un-processed transfers left. FileZilla 3 puts the failed transfers into another queue (of failed transfers) right now.