Improve auto hide behaviour. Allow the user to re-enter an
auto-hiding shelf as many times as he/she likes. This fixes the
issue where hovering back onto such a configured shelf causes
the shelf to hide and then animate.
This needs to move to edje. As per the TODO task.
pre-scale a bunch of resolutions for generated wallpaper files that
intersect with common resolution sizes so e will automatically load
the nearest resolution to be more efficient on load to only decode
what is needed. a bi-product is that e now has a wallapper gen
tool that is simpler than writing your own edc files... :)
when you select save from shot now it always saves to your user shots
dir (~/.e/e/shots) and then opens up this fir for you to browse/see/dnd
out of etc. etc. for easier quick and fast access to what you just
saved. also you keep a history of your shots (you do get to clean it up
yourself when you save... no auto-cleaning - i decided not to bother
as realistically it's just more config to swizzle and mystery deletion
of files that some user has to figure out how and why it happens and
where to go change the config - just delete the ones you don't want
anymore - simple and easy.)
shot - add shot editor with arbitrary cropping and drawing tools
We don't need padded vs other shot of window now as u can remove the
padding with a single click in the editor now, so remove that (comment
The editor allows you to click on each screen, on a window (and click
again on a window to remove the padding area for the crop so its
snugly around the window).
You can zoom in and out and scroll around.
You can add lines with an arrow, double-arrowed lines, plain lines
with no arrows, some clipart (e-logo, mallocs, pointing finger... just
having some fun) and some fun "text boxes" like though bubbles,
speecvh bubbles, just plain text with a darking outline, a plain
entry-styled text box and you can select the colors for the text and
background area as well.
It's inksape-like in that the items you draw are objects that can then
be modified or deleted. modifying them raises them and places some
controls on/over/around the object.
And you can still save and share the results.
we can control backlight on laptops but not on other screens
contnected even though they may support it. it may be time to make a
"unified" screen control thing that detects laptop led/backlight
controls vs ddc based monitor ones and provides the right controls for
this moves a bunch of things that were being don after loop starts to
before so they don't interrupt framerate as well as launch a thread
that preloads file(s) - for now just edj theme files so stuff is
pre-cached by the time loop starts later so we don't stall s much
leading to smoother startup/fade in and better framerate. it's really
visible (especially on my rpi3).