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What about Cover Flow in Dolphin?

  

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What about Cover Flow in Dolphin?
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I made a mockup how could cover flow view look in dolhpin. Think that's a good idea. What do you think about it?



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 Dunno about usability

 
 by MAKId on: Sep 12 2008
 
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Cover flow is intended to give you more visual apealling view of pictures(albumes)
video & stuff, with folders i dunno will it be usable, maybe in preview mode ...


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 Re: Dunno about usability

 
 by madsheytan on: Sep 12 2008
 
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like you said: for videos, album etc it will be cool and i agree with that. Not everything what looks nice is good in usability. ;] anyway i think it's a good idea to have coverflow view. ;]


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 Plugin?

 
 by lzfy on: Sep 12 2008
 
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Would be cool as a plugin for Dolphin but not by default. Voted good.


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 Does this really make sense?

 
 by DocTomoe on: Sep 13 2008
 
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Shouldn't this be a part of amarok, an application that actually does something useful with music and albums, instead of producing more clutter in a file manager?


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 Re: Does this really make sense?

 
 by madsheytan on: Sep 13 2008
 
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It can be in amarok and dolphin too. Why not? :D


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 KPart?

 
 by k3ks on: Sep 13 2008
 
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I like this too, thought i don't know if it would be usfull for me, and i would prefer something really new (as it's already used in osx). Voted Good!
Something like thsi already exists for Qt
http://www.qt-apps.org/content/show.php/PictureFlow?content=75348&PHPSESSID=d94c4d5b0879fe2432f5e8deacabc446

Could that be a KPart? (I don't really know how KParts work) As KPart, would it be able to be used in different ways by different Apps? (with Decibel+Akonadi = People Browser, Amarok = AlbumArtBrowser, Plasmaviewer = Plasmoidbrowser, ... etc)


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 Re: KPart?

 
 by madsheytan on: Sep 13 2008
 
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Yea, another great idea.


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 In Floating.

 
 by Dapper on: Sep 27 2008
 
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This idea is nothing new, I believe ever since the PictureFlow Qt widget was created there was talk of integrating it into KDE4 as a kpart. I personally like the idea of having PicureFlow in Dolphin or Amarok2.


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 It's useful

 
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It's a great interface for browsing image files


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