On Wednesday 15 February 2012 20:10:38 Calvin Morrison wrote: > On 15 February 2012 12:51, David C. Rankin > > <drankinatty@...> wrote: > > On 02/15/2012 11:25 AM, Calvin Morrison wrote: > >> Hi, > >> > >> I think that we should just do away with the shutdown dialog. The same > >> task could be easily achieved via the Kicker menu. A Leave submenu > >> would be present and would expand to have all the options. Users would > >> then be prompted with a dialog box "are you sure you want to X?" > >> > >> This would: > >> > >> 1. Allow for a streamlined and efficient interface > >> 2. create a more consistent interface, custom dialogs are not good > >> because they require more code, and are more complicated for a user to > >> learn. The KSM functionality would not be compromised anyway, and you > >> could still issue the same commands to it. > >> 3. reduce clutter in the Kicker menu by moving Lock Session, Switch > >> User, and Save Session to the new Leave submenu. > >> > >> What do you think? > >> > >> Calvin > > > > Hmm.. Are you talking about the context menu shutdown, or just getting > > rid of the confirmation dialog that appears on shutdown? > > I am talking about the shutdown dialog that appears when one clicks > "Logout" on the Kicker panel. I want to remove this custom dialog with > a standard submenu in Kicker > > >I just get the logout > > confirmation as I have set the session manager to restore previous > > session to avoid a prompt. I rather like the logout confirmation because > > it give the options to > > > > 'End Current Session' > > 'Shutdown Computer > > 'Restart Computer (with listbox for which GRUB OS to boot)' > > 'Suspend Computer' > > All of these options would be available as well. > > > I have found the selection rather well laid-out and useful. I dunno, I'm > > not that much of a start menu user. If I can rt-click and choose logout, > > I have no need to navigate to unhide the taskbar and menu at all. Are you > > sure that what you want can't be accomplished by setting the confirmation > > options in 'KDE Components/Session Manager -> General' ? (aside from the > > new kmenu entries..) > > yes those options aren't what I was looking to change. > > > I made a mockup with the menu editor (non functional, but shows the > idea) and I have attached a screen shot. > > In the shot the Icons are in an incorrect spot, they will replace the > logout spot Instead a submenu, we can put these buttons under "Run command". For example, I never use "Switch user" and "Lock session", for me "Suspend" would be much more useful. -- Serghei.