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"Navigation Bar Reloaded"

  

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"Navigation Bar Reloaded"
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"Navigation Bar Reloaded"
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"Navigation Bar Reloaded"
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Submitted:  Jun 1 2006

Description:

Navigation buttons, path-bar, reload and stop buttons are placed on the new Navigation Bar.

Navigation Bar supports both auto-completion and clickable-path feature.

The path-bar has got clickable path.

All parent folders are represented by buttons in the path-bar. The current folder which is represented by a textbox. You can click any button to change to that directory DIRECTLY.

The path-bar has got two modes :
1] Clickable Mode : All parent folders are represented by Buttons while the current folder is represented by a TEXT BOX.
2] Edit Mode : After clicking on the Text Box you can now edit the entire address and can make use of the auto-completion feature just like the normal location-bar.

You can drag and drop these parent-folder buttons into the Tab Bar to open new tabs with that location. Right-clicking this button will open a context menu which will cantain a list of sub-directories. Select any of the sub-directories to change to that directory.

The drop down menu is having a tree-menu structure. By default it can show four “Recent Locations” items.

The “Find Box” is for finding items in the currently selected item in the tree-menu.
For example, you select “Bookmarks” form the tree-menu. Then type the text which you want to search in “Bookmarks”. Then those locations in the Bookmarks sub-menu matching the text will get highlighted .

The reload and stop buttons can be moved next to the navigation buttons. Clicking on the "Location :" label can also make the path-bar switch to edit mode.

The first button is a special one. It also contains the root folder “/ ” button. But this button is highlighted as a separate button when we hover over it. After clicking this button the entire path is in edit mode. This means that when the current folder is the root folder “/ ” , the entire path is in edit mode.




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 Paths

 
 by xis on: Jun 1 2006
 
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I think that paths should not be presented this way:
/home | /user | /Desktop
But this way:
/ | home/ | user/ | Desktop/

Why?
Because you'll always know if the last position is a file or directory. Also you will have a possibility to click on the root folder.

What you think?
Cheers!


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 root-directory?

 
 by ricce on: Jun 1 2006
 
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By the look of your images, it's no button for the root-directory (/)....

[/] [home/] [username/]
This will work better, it may be a good idea to remove the trailing slash, but somehow I like to point out that it's truly a directory by adding this slash.

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For example if you are using Konqueror to view your images, the slash will be gone:

[/] [home/] [username/] [photos/] [img00001.jpg]


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 drop down menu

 
 by toonmuylkens on: Jun 1 2006
 
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I like the drop down menu.
It is nicer then the current 'list'.

But i don't like the special buttons for 'slashes'.
just leave it as it is now, don't make it look like buttons. Bevause is aren't buttons, it is just a path.

Also I hope is is still easy to just type the path. Also the most possible next thing should be autoselected in the list so I can type /home/myn and hit enter => /home/myname

I will probably NOT use the clickable paths, because it is easyer to just highlight the part you don't need anymore and type over it. But maybe unexperienced users will use the clickable stuff

cheers


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 Exelent

 
 by gollum on: Jun 1 2006
 
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Exelent in the main idea.
This is realy better than the "clikable /" to have the whole word as a button.

In the details, I think it would be better (if not the best) whith a |/|home/|username/| as said ricce.


Kollum or not Gollum, that's the question
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 Nautilus

 
 by Dapper on: Jun 1 2006
 
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you do realise that Gnome has already done something like this?


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 Re: Nautilus

 
 by nardew on: Jun 1 2006
 
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and? ;)


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 Re: Nautilus

 
 by ssokolow on: Jun 2 2006
 
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So? In my opinion, this is what GNOME's should have been.

When I tried the current Nautilus, my first question was "How do I turn it off?"


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 suggestion

 
 by mattepiu on: Jun 1 2006
 
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it's a nice idea but "textbox" can be
covered (long urls in little windows).
What about also clicking "location" to edit text?


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 Re: suggestion

 
 by kapilzad on: Jun 3 2006
 
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Yes.
(I presented this idea in my KDE Ozone mock-up.)


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