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Amarok2 Look and Feel

  

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Amarok2 Look and Feel
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Amarok2 Look and Feel
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Amarok2 Look and Feel
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Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  1677
Submitted:  Nov 25 2008
Updated:  Dec 3 2008

Description:

I believe that the screenshots are self-explained.

Update #1:
I've made the mockup more "oxygenised" :P




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 Good

 
 by Borman3000 on: Dec 1 2008
 
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I think - very important where system tray is. If you are using panel with tray on top - buttons on is more comfortably then buttons on bottom of window, because you should move your mouse from top to bottom. This isn't comfortably. And on the contrary.

Panel with buttons in Amarok2 which can be on the top or bottom - will be really good=)

Sorry for my broken english =)


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 Songbird nukes Amarok

 
 by frustphil on: Dec 3 2008
 
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I don't want to sound rude but Amarok is really ugly. Now that Songbird has just landed, how are things gonna change? Will Amarok devs ovehaul its UI? I really really hope so...


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 Re: Songbird nukes Amarok

 
 by menace1982 on: Dec 3 2008
 
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Songbird is cool enough, but i prefer the playlist management of Amarok.


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 Re: Re: Songbird nukes Amarok

 
 by frustphil on: Dec 4 2008
 
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Yeah, and it won't be long before Songbird has all those features you like about amarok or be at least on par with amarok feature and functionality wise. Amarok functionalities plus excellent UI design, Songbird will surely kick ass.. Also, Songbird already has great feautures amarok doesn't have so it's a big plus again..


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 Re: Re: Re: Songbird nukes Amarok

 
 by menace1982 on: Dec 4 2008
 
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Both are open source projects. Relax. Nobody gonna nuke none.


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 and...

 
 by frustphil on: Dec 3 2008
 
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btw, this mockup is really great. very slick except for the presence of the title bar. I think we should make it look like a 'real' player, 'without' the title bar as with Songbird, Itunes, and Winamp and make it independent of the OS's widget theme so it will look consistent on all platforms.


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 Re: and...

 
 by menace1982 on: Dec 3 2008
 
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But it is primarily a KDE app


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 Re: Re: and...

 
 by frustphil on: Dec 4 2008
 
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I know.. But if we can get rid of the title bar so it won't look like 'just' another kde app, it would be great IMO. Title adds dullness and precious unused space to the overall design. Look if Apple, Winamp, and Songbird think title bar is great they would have included it in their design anyway...


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 Re: Re: Re: and...

 
 by menace1982 on: Dec 4 2008
 
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Apple doesn't use menu bars on apps. Winamp is a skinnable player, and songbird HAS a menu bar on title bar (which is IMO awfull).


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 Re: and...

 
 by Znurre on: Dec 3 2008
 
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"and make it independent of the OS's widget theme"

There is nothing I hate more than such applications.


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 yeah

 
 by logixoul on: Dec 3 2008
 
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This is great, you should really contact the Amarok devs. They are very open to new artists but you need to show them your work.

It's Apple, yeah, and that's a good thing.


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 by kimothy on: Dec 3 2008
 
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Great mockup!

To Amarok devs:
You have alle done a great job and should be proud ! But the gui need some help. This mockup is great advice:)


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 nice

 
 by dummy on: Dec 3 2008
 
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this mockup is just perfect!
I don't like how Amarok 2 looks at the moment (i use 1.4 again)

I hope That the developers copy this idea.

So Amarok will rock again.


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