Fullscreen information - auto-hide

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Fullscreen information - auto-hide

Post by Dreamer » Mon Nov 29, 2004 10:51 pm

Implemented:

1st suggestion - add "Show information" to RMB menu in fullscreen - it would be very useful - not everyone knows about the "I" hotkey (I discover it right now, when I wanted to add a suggestion for it)


2nd suggestion - auto-hide fullscreen information - show for x seconds, then hide and show if mouse is moved - but don't show it even if I switch to the next image - even with a mouse - show it if mouse is moved only.

It would be great if it would be independent on (already requested) "Mouse cursor auto-hide" (independent number of seconds till hide).

Thank you!
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Re: Fullscreen informations

Post by helmut » Wed Dec 01, 2004 11:11 pm

Dreamer wrote:1st suggestion - add "Show informations" to RMB menu in fullscreen - it would be very useful - not everyone knows about the "I" hotkey (I discover it right now, when I wanted to add a suggestion for it)
Good suggestion, I'd like to have that, too.
Dreamer wrote:2nd suggestion - auto-hide fullscreen informations - show for x seconds, then hide and show if mouse is moved - but don't show it even if I switch to the next image - even with a mouse - show it if mouse is moved only. ...
The idea is good, but so many hide/unhide conditions? Also I think clicking without moving at all is difficult.

Note: Before implementing this one, hiding / unhiding the mouse cursor while playing videos should be made available.

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Re: Fullscreen informations

Post by Dreamer » Thu Dec 02, 2004 3:00 pm

helmut wrote:
Dreamer wrote:2nd suggestion - auto-hide fullscreen informations - show for x seconds, then hide and show if mouse is moved - but don't show it even if I switch to the next image - even with a mouse - show it if mouse is moved only. ...
The idea is good, but so many hide/unhide conditions? Also I think clicking without moving at all is difficult.
Not too many - just hide if mouse is not moved for x (4) seconds and show if mouse is moved (maybe, if possible, not if mouse is moved just little bit / few dpi...)

But I agree that it could be confusing, possible solution:

Show informations if I go up with mouse cursor (if I hit top of the screen)
helmut wrote:Note: Before implementing this one, hiding / unhiding the mouse cursor while playing videos should be made available.
Yes, I agree, auto-hide mouse cursor, but not just for videos, mouse cursor is needed for RMB context menu too...

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Post by Dreamer » Sun Jul 24, 2005 7:14 pm

What about this?

At least 1st feature would be useful and easy to implement.

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Re: Fullscreen information

Post by Dreamer » Fri Jan 27, 2006 2:26 am

Dreamer wrote:1st suggestion - add "Show information" to RMB menu in fullscreen - it would be very useful - not everyone knows about the "I" hotkey
Added.
Dreamer wrote:2nd suggestion - auto-hide fullscreen information - show for x seconds, then hide and show if mouse is moved - but don't show it even if I switch to the next image - even with a mouse - show it if mouse is moved only.

It would be great if it would be independent on (already requested) "Mouse cursor auto-hide" (independent number of seconds till hide).
Cursor autohide problems should be fixed, so what about that?

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Post by Guest » Sun Oct 08, 2006 11:57 pm

related to Full screen with "hot areas" for mouse cursor http://newsgroup.xnview.com/viewtopic.p ... highlight=

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