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Amarok Layout Mockup

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Amarok Layout Mockup
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Submitted:  Feb 26 2008
Updated:  Feb 27 2008

Description:

Currently the Amarok-2 layout is not exactly nice yet, the big horizontal bar at he top looks empty and seems lik wasted space, and the "play/pause/next/prev" panel looks lost in there.

Also I prefer having most of the controls at the bottom.

So here's my idea how the Amarok layout could be improved. It would be a compromise of space-efficiency and eye-candy.

This thing is mainly about the layout, not the design.

Now I've done a mockup, instead of the unpolular sketch. ;)




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 Thanks

 
 by nightrose on: Feb 26 2008
 
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Thank you for moving and posting to the list :)


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 amarok layout

 
 by EDWARD0S on: Feb 26 2008
 
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looks good except i am used to the way windows media player works and i would like to see a version of amarok look a little more like the windows player #11 that would be cool. you know make it look a little like bolth players have made a baby and the result was what ever come out.


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 Re: amarok layout

 
 by zwabel on: Feb 26 2008
 
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Although I haven't used media-player for a while, being like media-player out of the box is a no-go for amarok, because amarok is a unique application. I can already see the trolls crawling out of the holes calling amarok a "media-player clone" ;)


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 vertical sidebar?

 
 by jamms2xx on: Feb 26 2008
 
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I can't believe with the aesthetic of oxygen, and the usability issues discussed
we are still dealing with the vertical sidebar. I mean aside from the fact that people in general hardly ever read bottom to top on the y axis in other activities, as you pointed out the current layout offers more free space, and we're still mixing the two text orientations in one app layout? I love Amarok by the way, my stronger than "meh" feelings come from the fact that for me this is a killer KDE app.
If we are married to the sidebar, why can we not devote a little more lateral real estate to the tabs and make the like square-ish buttony things that can word wrap? I mean if the icons are good, most of the tab identification job should be done by them anyway.


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 Re: vertical sidebar?

 
 by zwabel on: Feb 26 2008
 
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Imo the vertical sidebar is a good thing, at least I haven't seen a good alternative until now. After all the vertical text is something you read only ONCE, and from then on you recognize it with a single glance. So I think it's not really a usability issue.


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 cool, but not for me

 
 by johnnyjoflin on: Feb 26 2008
 
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it looks like a good idea and really cool.

But i miss the equalizer and enough space to manage my playlist. i don't have enougn sapce by now and it seems like there are too much fields for stuff you don't need.

amarok is fat enougn by now!

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 new layout

 
 by prizident on: Feb 27 2008
 
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new amarok layout really sucks, especially all that wasted space with plasma staff. Even on my 1680x1050 screen


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 layout

 
 by EDWARD0S on: Jun 26 2008
 
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check this deviant posted by willwill100

http://willwill100.deviantart.com/art/Linux-Media-Player-Mockup-76497859


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