Jasper St. Pierre
jstpierre at mecheye.net
Tue Dec 31 07:39:53 PST 2013
Is there a common or well-known icon metaphor for Suspend, Hibernate, or
Switch User? Both Windows 7 and OS X seem to use text labels from what I've
On Tue, Dec 31, 2013 at 10:00 AM, Andrea Zanellato <az.xdglist at gmail.com>wrote:
> Il 31/12/2013 15:11, Matthias Klumpp ha scritto:
> 2013/12/31 Eike Hein <hein at kde.org>:
>>> On Tuesday 31 December 2013 14:22:14 Andrea Zanellato wrote:
>>>> Thanks for the quick reply.
>>>> I meant as global standard, not DE specific, maybe I miss some rationale
>>>> about global naming and DE specific?
>>> No, I'm just providing a data point. It's useful when specs
>>> reflect what's already being used.
>> +1 for adding it to the specs! Unfortunately, since GNOME doesn't have
>> icons for this, I don't expect them to be interested in it. But it
>> would be nice to know what Xfce does - right now, I assume it uses the
>> same names as KDE, so making it part of the spec would be helpful for
>> some desktops.
>> I'm using xfce 4.10, it seems to support system-suspend and
> system-hibernate (not system-suspend-hibernate as kde) actions, IDK about
> the user switch one, just mentioned because some DE could use it.
> About gnome I saw some gnome-session-XYZ files in apps dir instead.
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