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Simplest KDE4 (mockup)


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Simplest KDE4 (mockup)

Simplest KDE4 (mockup)

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Submitted:  Sep 25 2005


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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 by 6thpink on: Sep 25 2005
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I like a lot the backside idea (now that I realise, I cant understand why no one has ever think of that before). About the integration, well, it could be kind of an option. Make these applications be parts, that can integrate together or start as separate applications. An interface in the way of kcontrol, you get the idea. I still preffer the unix way, as someone stated above... ;)

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 Very Nice

 by moon115 on: Sep 25 2005
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I like these ideas.

Always thought that kparts should be extended to allow more applications to share a single container. Probably w/ some way for users to choose which icons/applications to include in their workspace. Not sure if koffice or konqueror is a better location for these applications.

I really like tabs as a way to quickly switch from one task/view to another.
(one of my favorite things about the Opera browser, easy to have as many as 30 tabs in one window w/ a simple click to any of them.)

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 Freedom of Choice?

 by ardhill on: Sep 25 2005
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I like your graphics, nice work with your image editor.

But, not so keen on the concept. What about choice? This way we would all have to use Konqi Mail and Konqi Media Player etc without any choice for different apps from other providers.

I am also not convinced that it would make things easier. Even Windows uses different apps for different purposes. And, like it or not, Windows is still probably the easiest OS for 'normal' people who just want a computer to do it's job without messing about.

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 Re: Freedom of Choic

 by kiras on: Sep 26 2005
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What about choice? This way we would all have to use Konqi Mail and Konqi Media Player etc without any choice for different apps from other providers.

In Linux world choice never been optional. I think, not dificult coding Konqi Mail plugin as part of Kmail application. (may be I'm wrong, I'm not programer :)

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 by vide on: Sep 26 2005
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www.heavy-me tal.it

And this should be simpler than current situation? This is a total mess! I don't like your idea at all, but this could even be turned into something usable...but these screenshots are carrying a full load of widgets, icons, colors etc etc making it nothing more than a mess!

"There is no stronger drug than reality"
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 No !

 by DexterMagnific on: Sep 26 2005
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I totally agree with you vide !
This ressembles to the redmond os ! alot of unseful things and hidden useful things.
Personally, i like the way KDE looks like now, with access to *all* configurable items. I don't want options such as "show expert options". i want to have full control over apps and KDE as it is designed now gives me full satisfaction.

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 Suggest it!

 by liquidat on: Sep 26 2005
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Suggest it to the kde-artists team - the "kollaboration" forum there is a platform for mockups, for the meeting of developers and artists - so your place :)

Nice work, by the way,


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