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On  Do 16 Jul 2015 14:18:11 CEST, Marcos Schnalke wrote:

Package: mate-notification-daemon
Version: 1.8.0
Severity: wishlist

Dear Maintainer,

I'd suggest to add a functionality to the notification bar - similar to what other DEs such as Xfce and KDE have - so that one can review previous notifications until the user deletes those himself. The reason for this request is simply that I'm using LinConnect to mirror my Android's notifications i.E. missed calls and SMS to my desktop but whenever I might receive important, it often still gets pass me because MATE by default won't save any notifications.

Possibly this behavior can be changed separtely via a settings window so users can decide what they want to keep and what not.

This functionality is available via ayatana-indicator-notifications. This can be used instead of MATE's notification daemon via the mate-indicator-applet.

As I don't see this feature being provided in mate-notification-daemon, I'll close this feature request. (Debian is not the right spot for feature requests, these need to be directed to the upstream developers of software, such as the MATE desktop).


mike gabriel aka sunweaver (Debian Developer)
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