Where to start that won't be met with groans ...
I seem to be the only one in the world that despised the way the v10 changes to Navlock introduced the newer non-modal style notification to advise of loss of sync... Mores the pity.
I like what's been done with the progress indicators and the jobs bar in general, but I'm flummoxed by how it was implemented. Now, in Navlock and running multiple copy operations there is so much jerking around of the file display and folder tree orientation that I'm ready to throw in the towel and just disable the jobs bar all-together.
Here's an entertaining scenario... Go into dual-display horizontal and turn on Navlock. If you have your folder tree settings such that you want to see certain archives in the folder tree (in this case, an ISO file), now copy a large file from a source folder that is positioned towards the very bottom of the folder tree.
- folder tree and file display re-adjust for the jobs bar
- folder tree re-adjusts to show the in-progress ISO file in the folder tree
- abort the copy...
- folder tree re-adjusts to remove the aborted file copy from the tree
- folder tree and file display re-adjust when the jobs bar disappears
...times multiple copies, and several out of sync navlock folder changes. AHHHHHH...... oh no I just dropped the next file copy on the wrong folder! Or the distraction that I might have done something wrong, oh no, it's just the non-modal notification telling me I just did something I meant to do. Bah Humbug....
So... a last lobby for an option that would let these notification bars just popup as overlay GUI elements instead of shifting the displays. It's not ideal either, but I'd MUCH rather lose visibility to the top-most or bottom-most items in the display(s) than have the display orientation actually shift on me.
An ideal solution might be to have status bar controls that could show navlock sync-status as well as job progress bars... lots of unused space on many peoples status bars!