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Auto-hide wingpanel #53

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Larnicone opened this Issue Sep 18, 2017 · 4 comments

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Larnicone commented Sep 18, 2017

Maybe it would be possible to integrate a auto-hide function for the next version of elementary OS ?

Thus the applications could be displayed in full screen mode.

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banerjeesamrat Dec 1, 2017

Yeah this is a wonderful idea indeed I was searching for the same and I found this for the time being:

https://github.com/mlibre/hide-wingpanel

I guess instead of waiting for the next version this can be done in an OS update itself.

banerjeesamrat commented Dec 1, 2017

Yeah this is a wonderful idea indeed I was searching for the same and I found this for the time being:

https://github.com/mlibre/hide-wingpanel

I guess instead of waiting for the next version this can be done in an OS update itself.

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Larnicone Dec 1, 2017

Thanks. I'll test that as soon as possible. ☺

Larnicone commented Dec 1, 2017

Thanks. I'll test that as soon as possible. ☺

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efkan Dec 22, 2017

In fact I had asked on launchpad too.

When I maximize a screen I don't need to look at to the calendar or any indicator.

I need to focus on my work on maximized window. And Wingpanel occupies some place although I maximize a window. Espically this is importan when working on a small screen computer like a laptop.

I hope @danrabbit evaluates this topic 😃

I guess this is impossible, (and most likely developers had thought about it many times) but it would be great if menu titles are set next to Applications button when window maximized in Wingpanel. Hereby, wingpanel will never occupy the screen.

efkan commented Dec 22, 2017

In fact I had asked on launchpad too.

When I maximize a screen I don't need to look at to the calendar or any indicator.

I need to focus on my work on maximized window. And Wingpanel occupies some place although I maximize a window. Espically this is importan when working on a small screen computer like a laptop.

I hope @danrabbit evaluates this topic 😃

I guess this is impossible, (and most likely developers had thought about it many times) but it would be great if menu titles are set next to Applications button when window maximized in Wingpanel. Hereby, wingpanel will never occupy the screen.

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quequotion Jul 2, 2018

Working on it.

I haven't gotten around to implementing "Dodge" (hide when focused window is fullscreen) yet, as I hope to find a way to do this independently of Gala (and if possible agnostic of display server protocol) which requires that I actually learn vala.

I could use some help with that, and I should also port to a"HideManager" class like other pantheon components use (plank, super-wingpanel). In the meantime, please give this branch a try; more feedback is always helpful!

quequotion commented Jul 2, 2018

Working on it.

I haven't gotten around to implementing "Dodge" (hide when focused window is fullscreen) yet, as I hope to find a way to do this independently of Gala (and if possible agnostic of display server protocol) which requires that I actually learn vala.

I could use some help with that, and I should also port to a"HideManager" class like other pantheon components use (plank, super-wingpanel). In the meantime, please give this branch a try; more feedback is always helpful!

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