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New desktop (mockup)

  

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Submitted:  Sep 27 2007

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Mockup of desktop for next KDE or some other.
It's based on xfce4-like panel, there is no icons on desktop (reserved for plasma widgets).

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 drives?

 
 by Yaba on: Sep 27 2007
 
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Why shall someone want a list of drives on the panel?


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 Re: drives?

 
 by darkkeil on: Sep 27 2007
 
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why should someone build mercedes cars, when you can get some from bmw?

or why do you use linux, when there's windows?

ever heard something about taste?

:-P

;-)


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 Re: Re: drives?

 
 by MasterD on: Sep 27 2007
 
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Jea, I have my disks on the panel. Normaly I dont have any Icons on my desktop, just things I have to do.

BTW: this mockup is greate!


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 :-)

 
 by darkkeil on: Sep 27 2007
 
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damn you boy (or girl ;-)) this is one of the best ideas (and/or mockup) i've seen until today. mainly because of the fantastic idea with the menu (recently opend...)

thumbs up!


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 Re: :-)

 
 by sylvoo on: Sep 27 2007
 
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yes ;) it is realy nice idea


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 kmenu

 
 by Tyl3r on: Sep 27 2007
 
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I like it, there are some nice ideas :)

Two things I don't like:
1) Right-click for kmenu. When you have a maximized window you can access the menu, unless you don't minimize the window.

2) The use of the middle-click. Sad but a lot of people still use two-buttons mouses.


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 Re: kmenu

 
 by johngreenwood on: Sep 27 2007
 
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Hence the use of three button emulation.


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 Re: 3-rd button

 
 by vinokurov on: Sep 27 2007
 
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actually 3-rd button is emulated by clicking 1-st and 2-nd together. I use this trick on laptop, where there are only 2 buttons. However, I'm not sure that this is default configuration (I use kubuntu).


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 Outstanding!

 
 by Zeroangel on: Sep 28 2007
 
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My god. This idea is brilliant, not only that but the icons all look sharp, clean and professional (which is a lot to be said since build SVG build scripts tend to cause lines to be blurry or minimal when the icon is downscaled).

I think its good to be critical of concepts like this, but I had a hard time finding criticisms. My only ones being:

- Interfaces should be intuitive, and this is gained through consistency. People expect that when you click on something, an action will immediately happen, when you right click, that options will appear (most often to configure the element), and when you middle click, some type of special action will occur. The 'icon group' feature in the second screenshot tends to go against this a little. Though given the somewhat unique way the options are done here, this is understandable.

- Additionally, I like how the 'open files' list shows a preview of whatever is open -- and not only that but MEANINGFUL attributes about that thing (there is no crap about read permissions, owner, modified date, etc). While the excluded information can be meaningful in some contexts, too much can be overwhelming. -- With that information, I would suggest a tiny button which expands the file information in case the user wants to know certain other things about it like its modified date.


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 love it

 
 by jaypeexbexsmilin on: Sep 28 2007
 
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I like the concept, very clean and organized.


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 GREAT!

 
 by morsik on: Sep 30 2007
 
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I think it's... GREAT yes! Drives list with used size is very good! and last used applications/files ;]

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