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Kde4 Mockup

  

KDE4 Brainstorm

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Kde4 Mockup
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Submitted:  Aug 31 2005
Updated:  Sep 1 2005

Description:

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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 by XSilver86 on: Sep 2 2005
 
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Beautiful, clean and simple


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 Nice

 
 by Jeremy on: Sep 2 2005
 
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Nice mockup. I like the "create, communicate, configure" menus. Filefinder looks nice, colours are nice... it all looks promising.


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 wow

 
 by Superstoned on: Sep 2 2005
 
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nice job! really, man!

some comments:
1. a sidebar on the left and one on the right? the left one is cool, but maybe put the right one on bottom or top. gives more space for information and actions (!) i think.

and communicate, create, configure - it's great, but where can the audioplayer be put, and what if you wanna change a document?

and what about the actionbuttons ON icons, as talked about on kde-artists? that is a great idea, maybe you can add it to your mockup.

and i like the taskbar, but it is a bit small. maybe a gnome-like setup? and add a quick-search or spotlight-like thing to the kicker.

and some applets/plasmoids on the desktop?


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 Re: wow

 
 by chareos on: Sep 2 2005
 
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I agree. left+right is suitable for 16:9 display. Up + down (Vista) is suitable for the standard 4:3 monitor.


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 by brainkillah on: Sep 2 2005
 
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Goddamn, I say, goddamn... this is definitely the best idea/mockup/style proposition I have seen so far (not only in relation to KDE4). It is fresh as in fresh, not fresh as in idea-which-was-dropped-by-apple-five years-ago fresh, as we, mostly, were witnesses to. Instead of the menu on the right side, I think those action-enabled icons superstoned mentioned are way to go, since they are, as I understood, already accepted as a new feature. Again, great work...


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 If this style would.

 
 by Fri13 on: Sep 2 2005
 
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If this style would come to KDE 4, i would like to pay to get used it.

Few months ago when i used KDE 3.2 and i looked those windows vista screenshots i almost cryed. Now i have KDE 3.4.2 and i think my lookup is much better than Vista has. But now when i saw this..... i really really like that look.

I really love that filter idea, it is GREAT ín Konqueror (thing what everyone should miss in explorer) and how it is in your mocup.

It is just bad that i cant get filter menu to main panel in konqueror but i need to add new panel to get that button but it makes konqueror look-not-so-fine.

One thing what i just dont get is why you have "show" button in right menu, when you have preview and you cant get it to show by double click?

Print is good idea but it is in right click so.... it is for heavy office writer?

I like that you have dropped away those not-so-needed buttons like view settings and icon sizes. And you have only back/forward/parent/"home" (like i have + refresh/stop/kget/print)

But how about closing window or making it full screen size? Is there auto-hide option for menu or something? That is missing :-)

And it would be very nice if users could edit all menus how they like, like if they want to get "File" menu only have "new" "open" and "save as", they cant remove all others. And they could edit that "places" menu too (add things like you can add to normal toolbar).

And because everyone can see you have made VERY good looking example, you should do few more, like "File open dialog" and "File save dialog". Then new kind menu when you move/copy/link files when you drag files to somewhere. And you could do examples of right mouse menu too!

I would really, really like to see someone to do this kind filemanager to KDE 4!!!! Be warned Vista!


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 Great style

 
 by stic on: Sep 2 2005
 
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I'm not saying anything about the menus and stuff (personally I think they are a bit too abstract, but that's a matter of taste), but the style would be great. It's clean, simple (it would be easy to make it fast) and clear. The only problem might be that dark background for tabs, but I think it could be made cleanly. This would make a great default style.


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