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Submitted:  Apr 28 2004
Updated:  May 3 2004

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I think that is a release
what are you think?




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 by aivs on: Apr 28 2004
 
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what object at place when question mark?


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 by leinir on: Apr 28 2004
 
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I like what I see this time much better than before :)

I would still say, however, that the left side (where you have the question mark now) ought to be what is currently at the top of the menu (most used or last used programs, an arbitrary number of 1 to 20 items, where here it would make sense to have at least 10, as opposed to the current 5).

The icons at the bottom, while a great piece of eyecandy ;), would make more sense to me, if it was a text-box (this is possible, I might add, simply using the current KPopupMenu) where you could write a command to run... Rather like my suggestion in the other newMenu idea...

Recent . . . . | . . . Applications
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(|) \ Run XXXXXXXXX [o] / (-)

(|) being logout (shown the way you have it there, to show it's distinguished from the Run section)
[o] meaning run stuff in the XXXXXX textbox
Run being clickable (bring up the minicli)
(-) being lock (shown the way you have it there, to show it's distinguished from the Run section)


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 Suggesion

 
 by zammi on: Apr 29 2004
 
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Why dont you try to embed superkarambas sysinfo on that area.


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 It's just plain

 
 by nightwriter on: Apr 29 2004
 
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pretty. Not much more to say other than I like I like I like.


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 by bogi on: Apr 29 2004
 
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is it only a screenshot or is there something to try out already?


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 by leinir on: Apr 29 2004
 
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Maybe you should kill those pastel colours under the user menu/most used apps... They would be impossible to create in a sane way (as in something that would fit with colour themes), and would thus have to be hardcoded, something which is very much not in the KDE idea of theming. This also goes for the colours under the bottom parts (icons and logout/lock commands alike), you may want to find another way to signify them... (maybe a selected background with the text simply being put in the middle (it would also be easier from a programming perspective))

But after you put the description on the bottom icons, it hit me, maybe it would make sense to make it very highly configurable. If nothing else with a set of check boxes in the config dialog to select what should be in there, much like the Optional submenus in the current K-Menu configuration panel?


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