Closed Bug 47418 Opened 19 years ago Closed 6 years ago
Application toolbars should be dockable/undockable/closable, as in Word or Photoshop
Disclaimer: kerz' idea In posting this I'm thinking of new applications being made from Mozilla. We're proving very quickly that we (you, rather) can make a cross-platform UI rock, the next step would to be able to allow the user to undock any toolbar, and close it if they want, or restore it via the View menu. This should go all the way to fullscreen, in fact I think this bug could easily encompass bug 3341. The ability to close/restore toolbars would naturally involve being able to close them all, and have a Webtop, or whatever you want to call it.
this would be cool... adding other potentially interested folx. also adding helpwanted to see if other contributors could help out here.
QA Contact: sairuh → claudius
requires docking windows. not sure if there's a RFE on that or not.
See also bug 7696, which can probably be marked as a dup of this one (which has less noise) if this one is is expanded to include menus as well.
Has any work been done on this ? Please e-mail me with good news, or a copy of the MDI XBL that was discussed in n.p.m.xpfe some time ago if anyone has it....
MDI? As in Quarterdeck's browser? :-)
Status: NEW → ASSIGNED
Target Milestone: --- → Future
adding self to cc list
Seems this one is far from making it for Mozilla 1.0? Let's keep the mozilla1.0 query as small as possible :)
Voting for this and adding self to cc list. This is probably one of the most important features (along with ability to add/remove buttons) in order to give Mozilla a much wider audience. Too bad no one cared about this in the beginning. Actually, all elements should be movable/dockable, including the address field and the menu. But I guess there's a different RFE for that.
Adding myself to the CC. What's the status of this now that 1.1 is out?
I think the way this could be done is to remove the toolbox widget and replace it with these attributes on other elements: Dock: Top Bottom Left Right Float Row: numeric value Position: numeric value The dock attribute would determine the edge of the parent element that the toolbar was on. Float being a floating toolbar within an element. The row value would be the row of the toolbar when you have multiple toolbars. Like the top of the navigator window currently. The position would be the position within a row. If you had multiple toolbars within the same row.
Any work being done on this? I think it would be great for a 2.0 target at least.
It appears that this would not ever appear on SeaMonkey, but on Firebird it sounds a chance. Is it possible to re-assign the product to Firebird?
*** Bug 179411 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
What roadblocks exist to stop this bug from being fixed in the SeaMonkey branch?
15 years ago
Assignee: bugs → guifeatures
Status: ASSIGNED → NEW
Filter "spam" on "guifeatures-nobody-20080610".
Assignee: guifeatures → nobody
QA Contact: claudius → guifeatures
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Closed: 6 years ago
Resolution: --- → WONTFIX
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