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Another KDE menu idea

  

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Another KDE menu idea
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Another KDE menu idea
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Downloads:  997
Submitted:  Oct 19 2002

Description:

This is another idea for the KDE menu. The user will be able to select his/her preferred applications for each of the tasks on the left. All the icons and positions will be customisable.

The download link only takes you to the XCF file - there is no code yet.



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 Really bad idea

 
 by lobo on: Oct 19 2002
 
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Having to deal with XP and newbie users daily i find that menu style
horrible. I find that style annoying and confusing.
I dont understand why most things presented here are
ripoffs of other stuff.. but ripping off the really bad
stuff from Windows is sad.

Use your creativity and do something completely new...
and thin about usability!! and not looks


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 Needs customization

 
 by PARENA on: Oct 19 2002
 
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The idea of changing the current KDE menu is simply good. I hate the way menus of most desktop environments/window managers work.

Looks should be customizable. MANY people want eye candy. But, because of customizability, the eye candy can be left out and the menu can be just plain functional.

The XP menu (as far as I've seen it) would be a good basis. Easy access to recent applications is already integrated in KDE, but it's half way up the screen. If things like that can be improved, and customization or even theming of the menu is achieved, I think it can provide a great thing for anyone, from the "plain" desktoppers to the eye candy freaks.


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 Better system

 
 by Aravi on: Oct 20 2002
 
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All the apps in the menu are the kind you're likely to keep on your kicker for easy access.

I typically put apps I'm likely to use alot on my kicker. I use the K-menu to retrieve lesser used apps or create a quickbrowser (eg. I have a seperate menu for my games).

It works like a charm.


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 I'm sorry...

 
 by standsolid on: Oct 22 2002
 
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But Just copying a bad Idea microsoft had doesn't make it a good idea.


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 :D

 
 by binky on: Apr 20 2003
 
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I personally love it...i've been using kde on and off for about 2 years and i think the menus ugly as crap.
course, i love cute stuff, this may be because im a girl, but still, i think its awesome :)


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