Version: 2.8-beta1 (using KDE KDE 3.5.6)
Installed from: Ubuntu Packages
Install Yakuake and run it for a long time. Observed behavior: every time it autostarts on login KDE considers that "1 use" and so Yakuake quickly climbs up the "use frequency" ladder and appears in "Most Used Apps" in KMenu.
SVN commit 787173 by hein:
* Starting Yakuake a second time now toggles the window state,
making it possible to open and retract Yakuake from a panel
button or similar. Improves consistency with the main window
activation mechanic of other single-instance KDE applications,
and provides an easier way to get at the application UI than
the D-Bus interface in case of a hotkey screwup.
* Disabled standard startup notifications ("Launch Feedback"
M +6 -1 ChangeLog
M +2 -1 app/CMakeLists.txt
A app/application.cpp [License: GPL (v2/3)]
A app/application.h [License: GPL (v2/3)]
M +9 -16 app/main.cpp
M +1 -0 app/yakuake.desktop
WebSVN link: http://websvn.kde.org/?view=rev&revision=787173