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Kmenu Enhancements

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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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 WindowBlinds Themes

 
 by AlanJones on: Jun 19 2005
 
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Has anyone thought about importing WindowBlinds Themes to KDE? I am aware of a perl script that converts win98themes to kde called win2kdethemes.perl. Is there a converter for WindowBlinds WBA themes. Then in that case, Linux users can access more than 4000 WB themes.

AJ


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 I dont understand

 
 by mabs on: Jun 20 2005
 
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I like the b, c and d suggestion, but there is something, I don't understand.
What is the purpose of the "Home Navigation" and "Application help".
If "Home Navigation"'s purpose is easy access to the files in $HOME, I don't think it'll work too well for certain people (like myself), who has a lot of files and folders in $HOME. If that isn't the purpose of "Home Navigation" please explain.
Maybe a mockup of those two, would help me understand.

I'm considering trying to implement this myself, if noone else have started doing it, I won't promise that I'm going to do it or that it'll work, I'm new at C++ programming and have still to master Qt.


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 Re: I dont understand

 
 by tosta on: Jun 20 2005
 
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Yes, objective of Home Menu is provide a way for easy navigation throught files and folders at home directory.

Help Menu will be a Application helper - example: if you need help for konqueror, you select konqueror in this menu to open Khelpcenter with konqueror help topics.

We'll be happy if you can implement this idea as a kicker applet for tests (a applet is much more instalable by newbies than a patched kicker).


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 Re: Re: I dont under

 
 by mabs on: Jul 6 2005
 
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I've started working on it, but it'll take some time.
It'll be a kicker applet, of course.


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 Arrows are confusing

 
 by redmac5 on: Jul 3 2005
 
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I think the black arrows are very confusing. In the 2nd screenshot, the apps arrow is pointing upwards, even though all applications are listed _below_ it. For me this is not intuitive at all.

What I suggest is giving the 'Home', 'Apps', 'Favs', etc. category arrows a completely different look. For example, use two V or ^ shaped lines on top of each other for these.

Then, closed categories should have a double ^ while an open category will get (the only) double V with all it's contents below.


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 Yeah!

 
 by Znurre on: Nov 11 2006
 
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The first mockup is great, I like it a lot!


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 I like it!

 
 by Kwilliam on: Nov 12 2006
 
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That first mockup (which I assume is the latest version) is awesome. A little crowded maybe, but a definate improvement over Kbfx and over screenshots 1 and 2.

Perhaps you could consider putting the some of the stuff (like the Home Navigation, Help Center, and Favorites) in a separate tab? Or maybe just get rid of some of it. I never ever use the start menu to access websites, for instance.


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 wooo!!

 
 by prankxd on: Nov 12 2006
 
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The idea is great!.
More intuitive and easy to use than others menu launchers.

You got my possitive vote.

Any KDE developer here to make that idea come true?



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