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3D toolbars

  

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3D toolbars
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3D toolbars
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3D toolbars
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Downloads:  165
Submitted:  Mar 15 2007

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A way to save window space with a nice 3D effect :)




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 I like it

 
 by maharba on: Mar 24 2007
 
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When the window first opens, the toolbar could spin, roulette-style. Just to let users know it's there and it spins.


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 Nice one

 
 by ksamvel on: Mar 24 2007
 
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This is really nice idea to my mind. It reminds me World of WarCraft game. Moreover user should be able to select how many toolbars will be visible at the same time and scroll through them.

My only concern is how user can be notified about available toolbars? For example I do not know if there is say Drawing toolbar available and have another 5 already enabled. It would be quite annoying scrolling over just to find out that Drawing is not there.


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 nice!

 
 by dirac3000 on: Mar 25 2007
 
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This is nice, my only concern is about usability: will the user easily figure out the scrollbar function?


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 Usability?

 
 by PolitikerNEU on: Mar 28 2007
 
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I don't think these 3d-scrollbars would provide better usability: You had to scroll for every function. Tabs provide a much better way because they only require one click more and you know what you have to expect. Using scrolling toolbars, you need much time to figure out how long you have to scroll until the toolbar you want is reached.
And, as an addition: Tabs are used in many KDE applications already, for example quanta uses tabs for the insertion of tags, and I think quanta is older than MS Office 2007 :-)


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 Re: Usability?

 
 by SMB on: Apr 15 2007
 
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Imho it would be better not to click something for rotating toolbars but to scroll. This is more esential.

To inform user about this functionality you can just roll all panels (full cycle) when application starts (m.b. at first start) and when there is no activity for some time.


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 As an option...

 
 by chareos on: Apr 8 2007
 
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Not for default setup, but an option for this would be nice.


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 meh

 
 by randomguy on: May 5 2007
 
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looks nice but i wouldnt use it, maybe that is just my preference though. i voted good anyway since it would be usful for many.


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