There are a few things I want to see happen soon.
1. Ability to simply hide the titlebar.
Currently, you can set a negative margin, but being able to untoggle it through an option in the menu or bbStyleMaker or wherever would be pretty handy for people who don't want to have them. One should also be present for the menu title.
2. Pixel sizes instead of uh... ?
Incrementing or decrementing from margins usually causes 2px jumps. That's observed in the titlebar, for example, where you can set a margin of -8, for example, to make it appear 1px tall, but -7, instead of 2px tall, makes for a 3px tall bar, then 5px for -6 and so on.
3. Set any size for bbInterface frames from the context menus.
Minimum you can get is an 8x8px square. You can always change the .rc file that comes with bbInterface, but one bug I found can be reproduced this way:
- make a frame in bbInterface, pick a color for it;
- save configuration;
- edit configuration, making the frame 1px tall;
- reload configuration and see that you have a 1px line;
Try to change its color. You'll see no change. Changing it through the .rc file and reloading configuration also won't work.
4. Different style section for tray notifications.
Currently they're style the same as the toolbar, I believe. I'd like to see a way to style them anyway you like. I'm aware of programs like Growl, but after trying it for a bit, I saw no option to add margins/padding to the corner it appears on the screen. Making a style for it also requires making a .dll using a supported language. Not practical at all.
More options for notifications through bbZero, even if just to pass them to other programs, would be pretty cool.
5. On x,y,z workspace windows.
Currently you can have windows appear on one workspace or another, or on all workspaces at the same time. I happen to use some windows on more than one workspace, but not want them present on another. I'd like it if it was possible to choose on which workspaces specific windows/programs appear.
I'll add things as I think of them by editing this post.