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Clickable slashes in path bar(filemanag)

  

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Clickable slashes in path bar(filemanag)
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Clickable slashes in path bar(filemanag)
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Downloads:  877
Submitted:  Feb 24 2006
Updated:  Apr 10 2006

Description:

It is a mix between a normal URL bar (where we use the keyboard to change the path from the bar), and a "fixed" URL bar, where we have to click on arrows to change the path from the bar (like in Windows Vista).

The idea is to make clickable the slashes in the URL bar. So, if we want to change the path by using the URL bar, we can:

- click on a slash, and a menu with all the available folders is displayed;
- write the path in the URL bar with the keyboard (normal method)

I think this could be a way to make more rapid the navigation in the file system, but I don't know if it's really feasible...

Update 2006-04-10: the slashes are slightly bigger but don't take more place. Concerning mockup , there is a separated version for Konqueror and Firefox, now it should work better.




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 Great!!!

 
 by ccancellieri on: Jun 8 2006
 
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For me is a good idea not only for navigate but also to have a quick tree navigation menu with:
- go
- go to -------> |/compl1
-----------------|/COMPL2
-----------------|...
- paste
- copy all
- erase tree
- open in -----> |Amarok
-----------------|Xine
-----------------|Quickshow
-----------------|...


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 wider buttons

 
 by jstaniek on: Jun 24 2006
 
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Wider "/" buttons please... for usability.


regards,
Jarosław Staniek / Kexi Team

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 hide slashes

 
 by squirrle on: Jul 1 2006
 
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I think that the slash should lock like a normal slash until someone mouses over it.


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 Oops

 
 by squirrle on: Jul 1 2006
 
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Sorry, I made a typo in my last comment. 'lock' should be 'look'


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 Good and bad

 
 by Headrush on: Jul 25 2006
 
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I like the idea but I think the implementation of making the slashes clickable isn't very intuitive and looks messy.

Mac OS 8 had a very similar function but implemented it differently. Instead of the URL bar being clickable, when you right clicked the title in the window, a popup type menu was displayed that contained each level of the current directory structure. You just selected the one you wanted and the directory was changed to that level.

I wish I had a picture, but it looked very clean. (Didn't look like a typical popup menu, it blended well with the window style.)


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 usability?

 
 by uhu01 on: Aug 22 2006
 
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like another mockup, i would prefer the whole folder name clickable for the sake of usability.

I think clicking the whole name is done much faster then clicking the slash only, especially for users with higher resolutions or smaller fonts


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