Feature suggestion - Notes/Reminder
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HENNESSY
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07-20-2003, 03:02 PM -
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Can somebody create a simple plugin that is just a small text area in the taskbar where u could type something (like a note). And if u rebooted the text would be still there.

This would be really great
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Yuri Kobets
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07-20-2003, 03:27 PM -
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I'm working on this. TLB must be changed a small to enable to write plugins with text box. First I'll release the cmdline plugin (this plugin will replacement of Start->Run but with some useful features like google search).

Then I'll make the plugin you ask. Any suggestions for plugin name. May be some extra features?
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shapeshifter
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07-20-2003, 03:48 PM -
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How about calling it "Scratchpad"? It could keep a history of notes entered, automatically copy the note to clipboard on double click, clear on right click, and of course be skinnable. I think this would be a very useful plugin.
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07-20-2003, 06:46 PM -
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Yuri Kobets Wrote:First I'll release the cmdline plugin (this plugin will replacement of Start->Run
I will like this Wink

Yuri always making ceaseless advancements! Thanks.
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07-21-2003, 12:17 AM -
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You could use http://www.dqsd.net/ (Daves Quick Search Bar) - numerous features on the taskbar, and also includes a history of what's been typed.
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shapeshifter
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07-21-2003, 04:52 AM -
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Yes, but when you type something in and hit return, Dave tries to execute it. If you don't hit enter, it doesn't get moved to history. Hence the need for a scratchpad.

As far as a command line plugin that does what DQSD does, I'm all for it. DQSD does a LOT of stuff that I never use, but I still have to allocate memory to it if I want to use it as a command line / address bar. A TLB plugin would probably be a lot smaller (Yuri is really good at packing a lot of functionality into a small file).

Don't get me wrong, Dave makes a great product, too. I'll probably continue using it until Yuri makes his version. But I'd never pay for the use of DQSD like I did TLB.


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