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Kmenu Enhancements

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Downloads:  3921
Submitted:  Jun 15 2005
Updated:  Nov 11 2006

Description:

Some improvements I think will increase usability of Kmenu.

The Kmenu will have a toolbar at top with icons to change content of menu:

* Recent open applications menu
* All applications menu
* Menu for quick access to home directory
* Favorites menu
* Help menu per application

Will have an applets area, like "find file/folder" applet showed at mockup.

Download link is to a tarball with various mockups for a new kmenu, plus these screenshots.

Please give me feedback.




Changelog:

0.4
* Better menu organization
* Quick access to files, favorites, command execution, help and applications
* Added a suspend button

0.3
* Replace icon bar for menu switches
* Replace hipotetic run applet by find file/folder applet
* Add a button for configure Kmenu

0.2
* Add icon for browse files to run
* Better identification of menu modifiers buttons
* Choose buttons (shot 1) or expansive menus (shot 2) when configuring kmenu




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 Drag \'n\' drop

 
 by tosta on: Jun 17 2005
 
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Other interesting feature to add to menu is the support for drag 'n' drop icons to and from menu like in windoze.

This is useful for quick edit menus and provides a way to user made your customized menu with links he needs.


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 Nice Idea

 
 by sicarii on: Jun 17 2005
 
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..would someone please give this man a beer,he deserves it.


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 run

 
 by janet on: Jun 17 2005
 
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Well... looks a lot like Redmond... The run-box IMHO isn't necessary (we have Alt-F2) and only takes up space.

Where is the switch user button? Maybe make the Switch button at hte bottom a button for switching virtual terminals and switching user?

And I don't understand that "Toolbar with buttons for" at the top of the menu. Are the buttons flags/sliders which open a menu behind the main menu? I don't think it's a good idea to hide the recent programs in a seperate menu, for the advantage of the recent programs is you just have to click once (means on the program entry), not clicking through a menu.

Looks a bit naked. I like the dividers (all programs, actions) in the recent kmenu.


Bring back the shark to Kanotix!
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 Perfect

 
 by niti on: Jun 17 2005
 
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Thanks for this job. It is great.


Best Regards
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 Re: Perfect

 
 by niti on: Jun 17 2005
 
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Where is program? I downloaded it but they are just 2 png file.


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 Re: Re: Perfect

 
 by jmiahman on: Jun 17 2005
 
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This is a mockup it's not really a menu he's just throwing out Ideas so they can make a menu that's easy to use organized and well liked


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 ideas

 
 by memphidoo on: Jun 17 2005
 
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Yeah I like this overall. All the transitions will be quick and smooth sliders, or fades, right? That's the only problem I could foresee with this type of kmenu that has different contents at different times. How do we smoothly transition from one list to another?


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 Re: ideas

 
 by tosta on: Jun 17 2005
 
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I don't think about it yet, a developer can choose the transition method when programing it... but fades will looks great.


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 Much better

 
 by p0z3r on: Jun 18 2005
 
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This is getting better.
My one suggestion would be the switcher bar that is the active one showing the contents maybe have a circle instead of an arrow. Having an arrow there looks a bit confusing, when you can't really expand/collapse the showing contents.


cheers,
-p0z3r

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