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Dolphin mockup!


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Dolphin mockup!

Dolphin mockup!

Link:  http://nookie.kbfx.org
Downloads:  547
Submitted:  Apr 10 2007
Updated:  Apr 11 2007


This is one of the mocks i have created for Dolpin manager.. This is not the first mock i have created for Dolphin and not the last one.

If you would like to see more of Dolphin mocks and other mock visit my blog at.


You will find all descriptions there.


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 hard dirves

 by burninGpi on: Apr 12 2007
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What you did with the hard drives would probably confuse a lot of people. You can have more than one partition on a single HD (heck, you can have up to 63 partitions on an IDE disk).

What you could do is list the mountpoints of each partition in the menu. Even better would be to have an entry for "Root filesystem (/)", one for "Home Folder (/home/user)", and a list of all the removeable media (CDs, DVDs, etc). The Latter would be preferred because users would not need to know what partition the file they need is on -- only the folder it's in.

Otherwise, great idea!

Registered Linux User #433425 (and proud of it!)

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 by pearluck on: Apr 13 2007
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The split view... is it the same thing than column on the mac finder?

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 Re: I dont think

 by Elv13 on: Apr 15 2007
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The adress bar replace that perfectly, there is no use for that viewmode.

Split view with 2 different folder is sometime usefull, but a split view like finder is just a replacement for adressbar, both are useless.

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 by bluesphere on: Apr 15 2007
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Man this looks great!!!!

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 by elektroschock on: Apr 17 2007
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The main point is to have standard folders in the home directory, not drives. For video, Music and Documents.

Mandriva gets it right.

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 by pearluck on: Apr 18 2007
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Look, They had culums, I'me hapy!

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 but the lines...

 by THEpengu on: Apr 22 2007
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this is a good mockup, its mostly clean, clear, and functional

but i still dont like all the ugly lines.

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