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Kde4 Mockup

  

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Kde4 Mockup
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Submitted:  Aug 31 2005
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This is a mockup, obviously. I tried to obtain something a bit more polished than what we can see today on our desktops.
I focused on a new style (if anyone is interested to code it tell me since I can't code) and on the way a filebrowser could work.

(the only artworks not by me in the pic are the icq and jabber icons, I wish to thanks their authors)




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 Excellent!

 
 by Muschtacio on: Jan 22 2007
 
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Your ideas are excellent, and I can only hope that they make it, even if only a small part, in to KDE4! Superb!


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 Nice!

 
 by ShinjiLeery on: Jan 24 2007
 
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Create Mockup...

The upper menù is well designed


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 Excellent !

 
 by nayco on: Feb 17 2007
 
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Simply excellent !

Some will say that this is a mix between Gnome and Vista with a Kde look, but hell, this rocks, so why not ?


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 Wow...

 
 by speedkreature on: Feb 28 2007
 
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Regardless of where the styling queues come from or will be attributed, the design works. The interface is concise and clear; it has very little obfuscation. Furthermore, the interface is multi-functional -- that is to say, it appears to be equally effective whether your input method is keyboard and 2D mouse, 3D mouse, or stylus (or finger) on a touchscreen.
There is nothing wrong with learning from another interface's successes and shortcomings and incorporating those elements and lessons (respectively) to make a more efficient, attractive and productive work space.
This is a job well done.


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 Contacts menu

 
 by jojoesyoyo on: Mar 13 2007
 
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I like specially the Contacts Menu. What would happen when there are hundereds of contacts, though? its kinda what happens with the K Menu right now, isn't it?

Very nice artwork also... But I think that KDE 4 should have a more unique look. It looks a little too Vista, and if that would be the final KDE 4, KDE sure would receive a lot of critics of being copying others things. (Just like Microsoft does).


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 Re: Contacts menu

 
 by asdx on: Apr 2 2007
 
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I think you should stop to worry too much if it looks like Vista, Mac OS X, or whatever, I think this mock up is great and looks great, and I think developers should take the best of all the worlds, learn from all the worlds and do the best desktop shell ever.

once again, this mock up rocks!


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 very nice, but...

 
 by nrobidoux on: Jun 14 2007
 
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I like the concept of defining menu tabs by what one wants to do (possibly with adaptivity: learns what you do often, or which tools you normally use, and if there are options, puts them in a submenu).

However, it is important to me that it be easy to toggle another menu, which is more like the current standard (say, if we used the menu key to the mix, that menu give you this mockup, but shift-menu give you a more traditional menu).

There are three reasons for this:

the first one is that some applications do more than one thing (konqueror, emacs...) and I want access to them independently of what I want to do.

the second is that some things can be done with more than one application (this, however, can be dealt with within your approach, by listing options of which application to start to do the task; as I mentioned, this can be "learned" by the menu).

the third reason is that a friend/colleague/system administrator may occasionally want to do something within my account, and may want to access a specific application without affecting the way specific tasks are handled.

In summary:

I like this, especially for beginners, BUT I want a fast way of toggling a more traditional menu.


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 Re: very nice, but..

 
 by asdx on: Jun 16 2007
 
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same here


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