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apps:notifyd:spec [2019/08/03 11:59]
kevinbowen [Freedesktop.org Notifications specification] improved phrasing
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 ===== Freedesktop.org Notifications specification ===== ===== Freedesktop.org Notifications specification =====
  
-For the most part, xfce4-notifyd is compliant with the [[https://​developer.gnome.org/​notification-spec|freedesktop.org'​s notifications specification]]. However, there are also some features which it lacks, ​e.g. sound. Another example is "​urgency",​ which is only implicitly supported by checking the expire-timeout. The following table provides an overview of the features of the specification supported by the xfce4-notifyd service.+For the most part, xfce4-notifyd is compliant with the [[https://​developer.gnome.org/​notification-spec|freedesktop.org'​s notifications specification]]. However, there are also some features which are not currently supported (e.g. sound). Another example is "​urgency",​ which is only implicitly supported by checking the expire-timeout. ​ 
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 +The following table provides an overview of the features of the specification supported by the xfce4-notifyd service.
  
 <​note>​Please note that the [[https://​developer.gnome.org/​notification-spec/#​basic-design|"​default action"​]],​ which is usually triggered by clicking a notification bubble **is not implemented** in xfce4-notifyd. Clicking a notification instead closes it. If applications want to provide actions they have to specify the tuple of action-id and action for a button to be shown in the bubble.</​note>​ <​note>​Please note that the [[https://​developer.gnome.org/​notification-spec/#​basic-design|"​default action"​]],​ which is usually triggered by clicking a notification bubble **is not implemented** in xfce4-notifyd. Clicking a notification instead closes it. If applications want to provide actions they have to specify the tuple of action-id and action for a button to be shown in the bubble.</​note>​