Thu, Jan 23
Yes, I also think it is a great idea!
Wed, Jan 22
That's an awesome idea!
Tue, Jan 21
Is there anything left to do here now?
Thu, Jan 16
Sounds releaseable. Crashes just make a good impression, do you want to release it. We might add a beta disclaimer to the description?
The current package of the 19.12.1 release built with KDE Frameworks 5.66.0 has still one bug:
Sun, Jan 12
ok, thanks for the info. I just pushed in it.
Build is now ok: https://build.kde.org/view/Failing/job/Applications/job/elisa/job/kf5-qt5%20AndroidQt5.13/19/console
Not sure why I can't push directly this change:
Tue, Jan 7
@mgallien can I work on this issue
Sat, Jan 4
I quite like how you can 'close the drawer' as such, to remove the unneeded information onscreen, after you got your playlist down. If that is going to be removed, i will not like it.
Thu, Jan 2
Fixed by https://invent.kde.org/kde/elisa/merge_requests/56. Thanks @puneethchanda!
Wed, Jan 1
You need to build Elisa from source. The playlist auto-hiding feature was just added about a week ago; it's not included in any released versions. Generally when developing or sending patches, you should always be working with the code from the master branch in git.
I am afraid I couldn't reproduce the issue, actually the minimum window size is fixed(with playlist bar visible) and I can't minimize it further to see if the playlist bar is missing.
Is there anything more I should do to reproduce this issue.
Mon, Dec 30
@mgallien @ngraham Can you please look into this https://invent.kde.org/kde/elisa/merge_requests/56
Thu, Dec 26
Some mockups that include the Playlist sidebar would be nice too. That's an integral feature of Elisa that we aren't going to want to lose.
Dec 25 2019
Thanks for the idea. However, please report bugs or feature requests using https://bugs.kde.org.
Dec 24 2019
I have faith in you, I bet you can figure it out. :)
Hello @ngraham ,
I tried using that but the property change is not getting recognised, can you help me to get where the tracks change can be figured out
I think the right way forward here is to port the Playlist to be a Kirigami Context Drawer. Then it will be simple to have it auto-show for certain window widths, and for narrower window widths, it will become a collapsible drawer rather than hiding entirely.
Dec 23 2019
I make mockup of Tracks category
Dec 22 2019
I updated the mockups, now it's have a kool tweaks by @manueljlin
yes, it has the same clickable area (30 px)
smaller version (maybe when you scroll down)
Dec 21 2019
Actually I adjusted the MR to do the auto-hiding too. It seems to work well.
The main window can actually be quite small when you hide the playlist:
The current design from the app or the mockup from the description?
Just my feeling about the current UI, it looks a bit too big on low resolution screen like 1366x768.