victorfer28 wrote: ↑
Tue Jan 30, 2018 4:41 pm
From many distro's this one is the one I'm loving more. Not properly being a newcomer to the world of Linux but a noob in terms of coding and what not, I find SolusOS very elegant, simple and familiar, and the transition from Windows is almost unnoticeable.
Here are some ideas/suggestions that I would like to see in the future:
- Add luminosity/brightness bar slider to the Raven Control Center (as sound has it)
- Able to change mouse sensitivity typing a number along with the slider (example: moving the slider we'll see the number increase /decrease and fine tuning)
- Add check box to tick or untick mouse acceleration
- When cycle between screens, be able to see what's selected (Monitor Only, Duplicated, Extended, External only)
- Add a EQ that works! - Using qpaeq turns out very bad results with external sound card using the same frequencies as soundcard software
- Option to disable mouse hovering once we click in the launcher (More often than not mouse picks the folder that is aside from the launcher and menu closes)
- Option to customize clock. Adding week day and date alongside the clock (ex. Thursday, 30 of January 15:37)
- Show desktop option
Most of these are nit-picky suggestions but you never know if some are really helpful or not so better say them all than nothing
These are reasonable suggesting here.
I always look for workarounds until these suggestions happen.
I did notice this in the Settings > Display
https://solus-project.com/articles/conf ... uchpad/en/
Can't suggest anything here. Since I'm a one type of monitor guy.
PulseEffects which look promising.
http://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/2017/06/inst ... ubuntu-ppa
Disable mouse hovering
I was a little lost what you was looking for in this one.
clock (ex. Thursday, 30 of January 15:37)
Run this in the terminal
gsettings set org.gnome.desktop.interface clock-show-date true
To get back if you didn't like it.
gsettings set org.gnome.desktop.interface clock-show-date false
You still can customize time and date with dconf Editor to your liking.
http://ubuntuhandbook.org/index.php/201 ... ntu-panel/
Show desktop option
Show Desktop Applet! Budgie Settings > Bottom Panel > (+) Add > Show Desktop Button.
To change the right-click menu (Desktop). Need to play around with the nautilus-actions-config-tool. Which I will soon.