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KDE Spectra Menu 2

  

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Submitted:  May 24 2006
Updated:  May 26 2006

Description:

"KDE Spectra" is my idea of how the next generation KDE should look like.

This one is still better.

This is a concept of a horizontal, smart and file-browser-like "K Menu" never seen before.
This menu should work just like normal menu, that is, select the items just by
hovering over them, this will ensure that there is no need to click until you reach your item. But there should be an option to make the items behave like buttons, that is, file-browser like behaviour.

This menu will give KDE its own unique style.




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 Why so many updates?

 
 by ibc on: May 26 2006
 
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Excuse me, could you explain why you update "KDE Spectra" content every day? are really there changes? or is it just to appear always in the first page of KDE-LOOK?

I'm sorry if it's not your intention, but you shouldn't update your content every day if you don't change or add something. There is a checkbox called "Announce update on homepage" enabled by default that you should disable if you edit minimal things in the content.


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 Eww

 
 by ssokolow on: Jun 2 2006
 
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As long as I can turn it off, I'm fine with it.Of course, KDE 3.5 + Xgl integration + a few KDE feature and integration enhancements would be my ultimate desktop.


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 functionality

 
 by innovati on: Jun 19 2006
 
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Hey there, I really like the idea, however I think there's one bog problem with it.

The taskbar, presumably what you would click on to activate this, is still on top of it. What if you clicked and draged the menu up from the bottom. Think of it like a sheet of paper that it mostl off the screen. You pull the visible part and the rest is revealed, then you get to store it way again.

I think it would be neat...


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 good

 
 by alexcosta on: Sep 18 2006
 
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this is the coolest menu i ever seenn


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 just wondering...

 
 by kubuki on: Feb 8 2007
 
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have you tried putting the Kmenu button in the middle of the taskbar and makeing it a little larger while flipping it vertical? I think that would look awesome and really distinguish KDE


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