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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

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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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 Kde4 Mockup Kde4

 
 by ohagangt on: Jan 9 2006
 
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This mockup look fantastic. I think you a real eye to what a 21st cent interface should look like. You should pass this onto the kde group. And discuss some your ideas with them. Unless we act now on the interface front (with linux) I believe it is doomed. Good luck and keep up the good work. Gary


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 Great!!

 
 by sultanqasim on: Jan 14 2006
 
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I like it a lot, i just think it could use a few more buttons, this is too clean.


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 great!!!!

 
 by cup on: Jan 14 2006
 
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THIS SHOULD BE KDE4!!


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 Clean

 
 by blaster999 on: Jan 16 2006
 
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The style looks very clean. I'm sure this GUI style could be implemented already using kde 3.5 - no need to wait for kde 4.

Although I'm not sure about these Gnomeish menus on kicker - are they needed?


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 Great

 
 by Jeremy on: Jan 17 2006
 
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I've liked this mockup since I first saw it a few months ago - I really like the Create/Communicate/Configure menus - its cool. I do think this could look even better with a bit of creative thinking from the community though (not saying it doesn't look good, just saying lets not stop here) ;)

I hope work on KDE4 continues to gather pace (as I've noticed it has lately) and we all end up terribly impressed and besotted with our shiny new KDE4 desktops saying, "Now THIS is how the desktop should be done !" :D

I'd humbly like to offer my encouragement to everyone who has contributed to the project and everyone who is working hard at this labour of love right now. I think you guys are great ! Keep at it, and show everyone how its done !


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 And the apps?

 
 by ibc2 on: Jan 29 2006
 
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I like a lot your desing, but where are the programs?
I don't speak about Kopete or Kmail which seem integrated in your menu. But if I have installed "Cellestia", where does it appear?


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