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Tasks Info in Less Windows (mockup)

  

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Tasks Info in Less Windows (mockup)
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Submitted:  Jan 11 2006
Updated:  Jan 13 2006

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This is idea how use less windows for same information




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 More than perfect...

 
 by inckie on: Jun 30 2006
 
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Well, now this is a nice mockup... both æsthetically and in terms of usability and screen space saving.

Thumbs up! I hope someone makes this come true...


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 Good

 
 by Pinucset on: Jul 1 2006
 
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It's a really good idea, it would be very innovative!!


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 KDE4 frameworks

 
 by bjnortier on: Jul 2 2006
 
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Very nice concept and mockup!

I feel very strongly about consistent frameworks that should be supplied by the window manager/OS. All applications using a single progress framework is one example of this. This would lead to a better and more consistent user experience. Apps which do not use the standard frameworks really confuse users.

One example of this confusion is the whole issue around minimize to system tray vs. minimize to taskbar, and the inconsistent left-click vs. right click behaviour on the system tray, which I find frustrating and confusing.

I also propose that KDE4 should implement a consistent alert framework (which can include progress information). And by this I mean user alerts (mostly handled by dialog boxes at present, and also bubble-like pop-ups). And together with the user alert framework, there should also be guidelines as to the use of the system, so all applications have consistent behaviour.

If KDE4 can put frameworks in place that are powerful enough so that application creators do not need to create custom solutions, it would be fantastic, and i.m.o. the user would benefit enormously.

B.t.w., the mockup shows an interesting konqueror window. Is this also a mock-up, or is it a legitamate KDE4 prototype?


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 Re: KDE4 frameworks

 
 by kiras on: Jul 11 2006
 
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I also propose that KDE4 should implement a consistent alert framework (which can include progress information). And by this I mean user alerts (mostly handled by dialog boxes at present, and also bubble-like pop-ups). And together with the user alert framework, there should also be guidelines as to the use of the system, so all applications have consistent behaviour.
I'm create new "System Notification" mockup: http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=42381


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 This rocks!

 
 by DrFalken on: Oct 30 2006
 
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Thumbs up! It will be so nice satch this mockup come true!


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 Nice

 
 by fprog26 on: Nov 7 2006
 
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I think that adding "tasks" to the "tasks" context either to a desktop applet like you shown or something else is a good idea, but only if you click on the minimize button or on a minimize to tasks tray button which could be a [V] down arrow a bit like in Trillian.

This way you have a choice, i.e. keep it focus and readable if it's important, if not minimize to tasks and you can monitor it at will and it doesn't clutter the "application taskbar" for nothing.

This means you would have:
[/][V][_][O][X]

i.e.
[/] Pin down
[V] Minimize to tasks tray
[_] Minimize to application taskbar
[O] Maximize
[X] Close


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 More on Frameworks

 
 by olegfink on: Nov 25 2006
 
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That's really good thing to see in KDE4...
However I looked at KOffice 2 contest: they're implementing much like the same framework for their office documents.

But why not to implement a ui-wide framework so that every application instead of drawing its own window sends requests to the framework?
This could be extremely useful for newbies.
Consider I've bought my first PC right now. My friends say I can edit documents on it. So I power it on... and select 'new text document'. A blank sheet appears in the middle of workspace, letting me to type.
What is KWord? I haven't heard about it; I'm simply typing the document.
When I want some DVD, I simply watch it. No Kaffeine, what is it? I simply watch it. And things like progresses and notifications as such.

So no more windows, desktops, etc - only a single gui framework for all my newbie needs.

As KDE is highly standardised now, it shouldn't be too difficult to implement it; and newbies will have a lot easier ui experience with it.


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