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newMenu2

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newMenu2
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Downloads:  4037
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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 Programming

 
 by aivs on: May 1 2004
 
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It's a original KMENU
kdebase-3.2.0/kicker/ui/k_mnu.cpp
It can be used as a basis


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 good idea, but...

 
 by natas12 on: May 1 2004
 
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...needs improvement.
i like your idea of a better-structured and cleaner k-menu.
we have to use "recognition" instead of "remembering" - big icons, colors, special buttons. this is how newbies use their computer and nearly any other technical device - instead of remembering a function they instantly recognize a picture, a sound, a colour (look inside your car: you'll find a big red triangular button in nearly any car).
we should use this behaviour and a better k-menu is a first step.

one improvement: leave more space between the items. this makes it look cleaner and less nervous and is easier to click at.


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 and...

 
 by natas12 on: May 1 2004
 
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...there are to many "sections". you have a section of recently used programs, a section for shutting down and locking the screen, a section with some kind of "special" programs (the round buttons) and the "regular" k-menu. imho it would be better to reduce the number of sections - recently used programs, log-out & lock, other programs.


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 Slicker...

 
 by cmf on: May 1 2004
 
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I know you mentioned you liek teh look of slicker earlier, have you had a look at the mockup and planned KMenu for Slicker?

http://slicker.sourceforge.net/images/menu.jpg


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 Re: Slicker...

 
 by aivs on: May 1 2004
 
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it a good idea.
it will be skin


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 Re: Re: Slicker...

 
 by cmf on: May 1 2004
 
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what, where did skins come from, KDE doesn't do skins, and skinning just a bloody menu is quite pointless...


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 Re: Re: Re: Slicker...

 
 by aivs on: May 1 2004
 
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It is possible to make skin for kde, but with use only those buttons which are used in newMenu


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 at First

 
 by aivs on: May 1 2004
 
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I think that newMenu with skins.
it should be for the beginning necessary to make newMenu in style kde as usual button, and then already to add options.


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 Question

 
 by aivs on: May 1 2004
 
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As you think how to make newMenu, as kde-applet or as the alternative module of the menu?


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