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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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 Very good, though

 
 by leinir on: May 3 2004
 
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I still think that the area at the bottom where it says "root" now is too small for a meaningful text...

Apart from that, it looks great :)


..Dan // Leinir
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 XP bad usability

 
 by elektroschock on: May 4 2004
 
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Such a menu does not make sense with KDE. It tries to imitate the bad usability XP start menu, that seems to be targeted to inhibit users to go down the programs menu. the xp menu is a menu that tries to teach the user to get rid of menus, not to use it. I don't think that's good. We already have those horizontal button bar, we don't need quick buttons.

I believe you shall rather try to create somethin really new such as
http://segusoland.sourceforge.net/


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 don't like it

 
 by MaxAuthority on: May 5 2004
 
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first, it is better than your first attempt, but still the problem arrises, that the startmenu is as big as the current one, but with less features.

Some things like a quick preferences or file-system browser are important.
Moreover, I think, the customizability is harder with this 3 columns, than with the current design.


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 nope

 
 by mobtek on: May 6 2004
 
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You've got two horizontal paths for the eye and mouse to follow and two vertical, I prefer the simple current design, one vertical path.
And I agree if you want quick links put them on the kicker instead of cluttering up the menu.
:)
cheers Peter


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 windoze bug

 
 by shimon on: Jun 26 2004
 
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u guy got the windoze bug


you must, you must use debian
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 i think..

 
 by mfriedrichs on: Oct 12 2005
 
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you wrote:
>Description:
>I think that is a release
>what are you think?

..i think, it is not a release, but a suggestion (guess, it's called a "mockup")

A good title would save me a lot of useless clicks. But a good description would save me a lot of frustration.

*grumble*


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