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Open AG window with single click on tray icon #1030

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ameshkov opened this Issue Apr 11, 2016 · 12 comments

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Fixed

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suhan3z commented Apr 11, 2016

Fixed

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Why? That makes it too easy to accidentally open the window. :(

And what happens if user double clicks?

war59312 commented Apr 11, 2016

Why? That makes it too easy to accidentally open the window. :(

And what happens if user double clicks?

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It seems that this is a common pattern for MS own apps (like OneDriver for instance).
Double-click - the same.

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ameshkov commented Apr 11, 2016

It seems that this is a common pattern for MS own apps (like OneDriver for instance).
Double-click - the same.

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OK, then opposite of what Microsoft use to do and recommend.

I tried finding article (blog entry) on the subject from a Microsoft Windows Team Member. It's a bit old but had good reasons. I knew I should have bookmarked it.

All good. Was just curious for reason behind the change. Hard to fault you when Microsoft is doing it themselves.

Personally I just wish apps would respect the "folder option" setting where you can choose between single click and double click to open an item.

Easy enough by reading "IconUnderline" registry key under:

[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer]

If set to "3" then user choose "Single Click". If set to "2", the default, then double click setting is enabled.

war59312 commented Apr 11, 2016

OK, then opposite of what Microsoft use to do and recommend.

I tried finding article (blog entry) on the subject from a Microsoft Windows Team Member. It's a bit old but had good reasons. I knew I should have bookmarked it.

All good. Was just curious for reason behind the change. Hard to fault you when Microsoft is doing it themselves.

Personally I just wish apps would respect the "folder option" setting where you can choose between single click and double click to open an item.

Easy enough by reading "IconUnderline" registry key under:

[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer]

If set to "3" then user choose "Single Click". If set to "2", the default, then double click setting is enabled.

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Personally I just wish apps would respect the "folder option" setting where you can choose between single click and double click to open an item.

That's an interesting idea, but it won't be clear for user as nobody does this.

What for single or double click, my logic is pretty simple: all default windows 10 tray icons react on a single click. If there is a UI window to show, it will be shown. And the right click always opens context menu. Proof: http://screencast.com/t/RlszRQjYep

MS does not provide design guidelines on this, so we just do the same as ms.

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Personally I just wish apps would respect the "folder option" setting where you can choose between single click and double click to open an item.

That's an interesting idea, but it won't be clear for user as nobody does this.

What for single or double click, my logic is pretty simple: all default windows 10 tray icons react on a single click. If there is a UI window to show, it will be shown. And the right click always opens context menu. Proof: http://screencast.com/t/RlszRQjYep

MS does not provide design guidelines on this, so we just do the same as ms.

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OK, well no issue here then. Sounds good. Good change. :)

Was just curious more than anything.

But yea odd, that MS does not provide design guidelines for this. Oh well.

Nice vid.

war59312 commented Apr 15, 2016

OK, well no issue here then. Sounds good. Good change. :)

Was just curious more than anything.

But yea odd, that MS does not provide design guidelines for this. Oh well.

Nice vid.

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But yea odd, that MS does not provide design guidelines for this. Oh well.

Yeah, so many guidelines for new useless modern UI apps and nothing for the desktop software:(

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ameshkov commented Apr 17, 2016

But yea odd, that MS does not provide design guidelines for this. Oh well.

Yeah, so many guidelines for new useless modern UI apps and nothing for the desktop software:(

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Does it make sense to close it with a click as well?

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Bohdan-SUP commented Apr 17, 2016

Does it make sense to close it with a click as well?

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Does it make sense to close it with a click as well?

With a click where?

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ameshkov commented Apr 18, 2016

Does it make sense to close it with a click as well?

With a click where?

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On Adguard icon in tray. Just like uTorrent does.

Edit: filed a feature request - #1050

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Bohdan-SUP commented Apr 18, 2016

On Adguard icon in tray. Just like uTorrent does.

Edit: filed a feature request - #1050

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I agree with that as long as Adguard is the front window.

If hidden in the background a single click of the tray icon should bring the window to front.

Then if user clicks it again, then hide it.

war59312 commented Apr 18, 2016

I agree with that as long as Adguard is the front window.

If hidden in the background a single click of the tray icon should bring the window to front.

Then if user clicks it again, then hide it.

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@Bohdan-SUP file a feature request plz:)

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ameshkov commented Apr 18, 2016

@Bohdan-SUP file a feature request plz:)

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