Matt, well put - I think your suggestions merit an RFE. Would you like to submit?


On 13/02/2020 16:53, Matthew Qualls wrote:
This is my user experience of my first use of the Library List View. My intention is to provide feedback where I think improvements can be made.

I click on the view and wait. I see there's an assumption that my first connection is supposed to be up. I get the connection cannot be established message and click ok. Then, I get the enter password dialog. I don't like playing that game. I don't want to be connected to that system. It would require me to start a VPN and I don't need to work there today.

Is there a way in the Connection drop down to only show active connections? Make sense? I don't think I need to know the library list of a connection that is not active.

I select a connection that I know is active. (It still wants to connect to the first connection. I have to answer the nags again and reselect before it shows the intended library list. Finally!) Looks good. It's a long library list. When I scroll down to the bottom, the maintenance buttons disappear. They're locked at the top. If I want to move up or down, I have scroll down, select, and then, scroll back up to click the button.

Is there a way to make those buttons float? Or, perhaps provide those buttons as icons on the toolbar with the Refresh. The toolbar would be visible however far down that I scroll.

That's it. Otherwise it works as advertised. Thank you for RDi and thank for listening to my concerns.

Matt Qualls

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