On Ubuntu 12.04 I used this "sticky notes" application:
Sticky Notes 3.4.1 Sticky Notes for the GNOME Desktop Environment © 2002-2003 Loban A Rahman, © 2005 Davyd Madeley
which was very handy to use: Left click on indicator applet to show/hide all notes. Right click open menu.
Now in Ubuntu 14.04 I installed
indicator-stickynotes 0.4.2-0~ppa2 which has different, and in my opinion much less handy behaviour.
Left click on the icon open a context menu. Then I have to click once more on show all or hide all notes.
This one click makes the usage 100% slower, because of which I almost don't use it (while the older version with one-click I used a lot)
I'm not sure if this
indicator-stickynotes 0.4.2-0~ppa2 is the new version of the sticky notes I was using in Ubutnu 12.04. If so, I don't understand why they changed the behaviour to be slower to use.
Is there any alternative (like another note making application) which has the behaviour of the original sticky notes with just one click to show/hide?