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Simplest KDE4 (mockup)

  

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Simplest KDE4 (mockup)
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Submitted:  Sep 25 2005

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This is ideas (mockup) about how to make simplest KDE4. Because music files, contacts, mail in Linux can be presented as files lists, some aplications as mail clients, contacts, FTP, music players and others can be could be integrated into Konqueror. It would be better for beginers - learn one aplication (konqueror) more easy than a lot of aplications.

Another one ideas - using window backside for setings and properties :-)

I'm not programer, please make code if you like ideas or make better ideas if dislike (for this reasons I uploaded SVG files of mockup).




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 [a lot of spaces]

 
 by blaster999 on: Sep 25 2005
 
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I like the idea of replacing " " with "[a lot of spaces]" :)

As for integrating everything into konqui - I don't think it's a good idea. Konqueror will become bloated, slow and buggy. It will scare users instead of attracting them. BTW, it's not unix-way.


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 Re: [a lot of spaces]

 
 by michals on: Sep 25 2005
 
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if konqueror became a small program with lots of small plugins, it's good idea. Why not? It's like a Gimp which has many plugins.


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 WOOOOHAAAAA

 
 by scream on: Sep 25 2005
 
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Now THIS is beautiful! I don't agree with your idea of integrating everything into konqueror, I think it would be more useful to even split konqueror into a webbrowser and a filemanager part, just the unix way.
But we could achieve the same goal you like to achieve with your solution by making most apps' interface VERY similar.
By the way, I like your small version of the media player (good idea for amarok), I love the theme and I ADMIRE the idea of using the backside of windows for preferences (although I'd say ONLY preferences go there and NOTHING else). The only thing I'm still thinking about is how you'd put the toolbar configuration dialog on the backside as it'll probably be like the one in Firefox and Opera where you just drag 'n drop the symbols.

But really, it's GREAT WORK!!!


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 Re: WOOOOHAAAAA

 
 by Djento on: Sep 25 2005
 
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I agree with you "Scream", not integrate sound/video into Konqueror, just let it as it is.
About split konqueror into a browser and filemanager, i more or less agree, but you can already reach this by making your own "profile", this is what i did and it's great to have choice :)

Konqueror is a kick ass app, no doubt!
it eats your files like a charm, it's pretty gorgeous to split his window (vertically or horizontaly) and having a eg: ftp/smb/nfs on left and a fm on right or more combo.

okay, it's not a konqueror debate here

By the way,i love also the "nuoveXT" icons, this was/is my default theme for a good while.

cheers


wait a minute... or two
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 Re: WOOOOHAAAAA

 
 by kiras on: Sep 26 2005
 
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My small version of the media player are shaded window :)


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 kde-artists.org

 
 by scream on: Sep 25 2005
 
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Ahh, forgot to say, post your artwork on kde-artists.org (create a new thread in the category "Desktop Projects"). Those guys there will also look behind colours and boring background images and focus on the important things, like layout and esp. the idea of the backside preference dialogs!


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 Wow!!

 
 by loggeman on: Sep 25 2005
 
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This looks really original.

However... I agree with blaster999 about the idea to integrate mail, contacts, etc... into Konqueror as applets. This may be slowing it down.
But, if I understood You right, it could be useful sometimes to have the mentioned stuff as applets availabe in Konqueror - Say when You quick and easy want's to check your mails....
On a long site, too much integration of different stuff into eachother may harm KDE usabillity.

The idea of having the applications settings on the back of it like the Looking Glass way, sounds interesting though... =)

Looking forward for some more mockups from You and everybody else...


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 Re: Wow!!

 
 by kiras on: Sep 26 2005
 
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when You quick and easy want's to check your mails...

Yes. If need full functions, you can launch big applications as Kmail, Arc, Kontact, etc.


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 Join Appeal

 
 by meneerdik on: Sep 25 2005
 
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Please share your ideas with the Appeal team, they are currently thinking about what KDE 4 should be like:

http://appeal.kde.org/wiki/Projects


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 Backside of Windows

 
 by Rede on: Sep 25 2005
 
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I love the idea of using other sides of windows, especially with a flip effect like 3ddesktop uses for swithing desktops. I don't know if its a good idea, but using a geometric shape might also be a replacement for tabs... for example a cube shaped window with each of the six surfaces being a different 'tab'.


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