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Konqueror for a New Experience

   1.1  

KDE4 Brainstorm

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Konqueror for a New Experience
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Submitted:  Mar 13 2006
Updated:  Oct 16 2009

Description:

This is my idea of a new Konqueror in KDE4.

The desing is based in this mockup:
http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=28476
made by eriol:
http://www.kde-look.org/usermanager/search.php?username=eriol

I have done an HTML&JavaScript preview of the mockup. You can see it by clicking in "Homepage" or "download" section.

The explanation of this mockup is in "download" section too.



TODO:

- Make a preview of a splitted window to see how it looks.
- Make a preview of the audio collection (like amaroK, should be the same).
- Show the files containing in the TAR file in the right "info" column instead of the big icon.


More ideas? changes? improvements?




Changelog:

VERSION 1.1:

- Added a "Clear location" and "Go" buttons in the location bar.
- The float menu is vertical instead of horizontal.
- The "Up" button appears in web browser mode too.
- The "Refresh" and "Stop" buttons are the same: when the page or document finishes loading the "Stop" button becomes into "Refresh" button (the same behaviour as Opera, that works perfectly).
- Added a "my Home" button in the specific bar in file browse mode.


VERSION 1.0:

- Initial release.




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 Awesome

 
 by caaz on: Mar 13 2006
 
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Great work. Its just awesome. espacially the presentation is just ingenious. Thats really cool stuff!!


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 Up button

 
 by pinaraf on: Mar 13 2006
 
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Please, don't remove the "up" button in web browser mode. It's one of the best feature of Konqueror for me ! No other webbrowser has it, while it's a feature I use near of everyday.
But perhaps you could put the stop and refresh button together...


Written under Konqueror, of course !
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 Re: Up button

 
 by ibc on: Mar 13 2006
 
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"Up" button in web browser mode... I was long time thinking about it and I didn't find any reason to keep it visible in web browse mode.

The navigation in a web is not based in folders but in links, in fact in many pages you simply are not allowed to up to the parent folder.

Just a curiosity: why do you find this button so useful navigating the web? I have used it some times, but don't find it so useful.

Anyway, since this "Up" button in web browser mode could be only useful for avanced users there shouldn't appear by default, but it could be configurable in the Konqueror options:

[x] Show the "Up" button in web browser mode.

Of course, IMHO, this option should be with the "advanced options" of Konqueror.

Thanks a lot for your suggestion.


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 Re: Re: Up button

 
 by pinaraf on: Mar 13 2006
 
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In a well designed website, it's useful to browse the website without having to find the menu in the page.
It's also really useful in documentations.
For instance :
www.website.org/doc/2.3.4/modules/a_module/example.html
You want to go back to the module index ? Up.
You want to go back to the list of modules ? "Double" up (or long click with the tiny move of the mouse) and then select the right entry
And so on.
I use it extremely often !


Written under Konqueror, of course !
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 Re: Re: Re: Up button

 
 by ibc on: Mar 13 2006
 
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These are very good arguments. I'll have in consideration your suggestion when releasing an upgrade of the mockup.

Thanks a lot.


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 Re: Re: Re: Up butto

 
 by anytimeIsLunchtime on: Mar 13 2006
 
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Seconded. For me the up-button is vital!


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 search

 
 by Syllten on: Mar 13 2006
 
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I like the idea with file search and web search. IMHO it could be extended even further!

Say, we have clicked one of the "collections". The it would be a collection-browsing mode, preferably via a special Amarok, KimDaBa or similiar plugin. Thus, the search field could be searching the collection only.

One thing though; if I open a new, empty, tab. What mode will it be in? What search field, which icons will be showed, etc.. That one ought to be given som thoughts..

I love your work. Especially the presentation is awsome. The only thing that could be better is if there were a preview when I try to click the Collections links. Just to give some idea how to implement collection views in a unix file browser.


Aron Boström
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 Re: search

 
 by ibc on: Mar 13 2006
 
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Say, we have clicked one of the "collections". The it would be a collection-browsing mode, preferably via a special Amarok, KimDaBa or similiar plugin. Thus, the search field could be searching the collection only.

Yes, I agree.


if I open a new, empty, tab. What mode will it be in? What search field, which icons will be showed, etc..

If I open a empty new tab the specific bar should be simply empty, the "info column" shouldn't appear, and the search field should show the preferred search engine configurable by the user (I think the best one could be the Google or other web search).


could be better is if there were a preview when I try to click the Collections links

Ok, I'll try to do a music collection preview for the next release. It's now in the "TODO".



Thanks a los for your suggestions.


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 Archives

 
 by richb on: Mar 13 2006
 
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This is indeed great work. Congratulations!

Another idea along the same lines as music collections would be seeing the contents of an archive file when the icon is clicked.


Richard
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 Re: Archives

 
 by ibc on: Mar 14 2006
 
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What you mean with "archive" file? the TAR file?


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 Re: Re: Archives

 
 by richb on: Mar 15 2006
 
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Yes tar files, what you would see with ark, a list of the files in the arcive.


Richard
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 Re: Re: Re: Archives

 
 by ibc on: Mar 16 2006
 
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Yes, I though in that exactly, but finally I disn't do it because saving time :(

Anyway I'll add this feature as soon as possible.

Thanks a lot!


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 WOW

 
 by QUASARFREAK on: Mar 14 2006
 
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This is just amazing, the mockup is very good, i like it, and the presentation in html and java is just amazing!!


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 Cool!

 
 by fyanardi on: Mar 14 2006
 
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Wow, this mockup is really cool, great work!


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