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My two cents on this. I would disagree. I feel that the icon should represent what the icon is going to do. So if it has an X on it, that means it’s going to to stop AX25. If it doesn’t have an X, then, the it’s going to start AX.25.
I also have conky running, which is supposed to represent the current status of things. I don’t feel that an icon is supposed to represent a status. It’s supposed to represent an action.
Just my 2 cents.
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On Mar 12, 2020, at 19:25, Larry W7PAN <larryvc@...
On Wed, Feb 12, 2020 at 03:02 PM, Basil Gunn wrote:
The icon represents the action that will occur if you click on it.
I seem to concur with J P Watters as it is a bit counter intuitive. For those that don't run headless, it seems it would be better in the GUI for the icon to indicate the current state of the AX25 services. I am also using the KM4ACK conky, having the AX25-control icon with an X through it while the conky indicates that the AX25 services are active is just plain confusing. No need to change the scripts, just swapping the start/swap icons does the trick.