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Feature suggestion

Postby Yottabytes » Thu Dec 28, 2017 10:23 am

Any chance you could add open image directory (with a user configurable path) to the right-click menu of the TBI Notify tray icon? Also, how do you clear the summary log (icons, not the actual text).
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Re: Feature suggestion

Postby TeraByte Support » Fri Dec 29, 2017 11:29 pm

To do that now, you'd create a shortcut, then you can put that in quick
launch or just leave on the desktop.

Not sure what you're wanting to clear, if there is something you haven't
looked at yet, click on the system tray icon, then it resets. The registry
holds the slog items.


"Yottabytes" wrote in message news:14560@public.image...

Any chance you could add open image directory (with a user configurable
path) to the right-click menu of the TBI Notify tray icon? Also, how do you
clear the summary log (icons, not the actual text).

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Re: Feature suggestion

Postby Yottabytes » Mon Jan 08, 2018 3:15 pm

Sorry, I believe I was unclear: Since the TBnotify icon is already sitting in the tray, it would be nice to right click on it and have the option of directly opening the folder where the user chooses to store his/her .tbi files or images rather that drill down with file manager. And I do realize folks may have multiple storage locations but it's just something I thought could be easily implemented.
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Re: Feature suggestion

Postby AlanD » Mon Jan 08, 2018 4:29 pm

On 2018-01-08 5:15 PM, Yottabytes wrote:
> Sorry, I believe I was unclear: Since the TBnotify icon is already sitting in the tray, it would be nice to right click on it and have the option of directly opening the folder where the user chooses to store his/her .tbi files or images rather that drill down with file manager. And I do realize folks may have multiple storage locations but it's just something I thought could be easily implemented.
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sounds like a good idea to me
(of course there is no "notify icon" in my WIN 7 tray)

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