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Hiperpanel

  

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Link:  http://el64.blogspot.com
Downloads:  159
Submitted:  Jul 27 2007

Description:

Here some mockup images taking the maximum advantage of the screen (800x600 here) and an easier and more flexible gnome desktop. A fixed top menu (no more confusing menus on scattered windows) mixed with the gnome system menu, solving how to do the system menu: A standard menu.

The task buttons now have the close button, doing easier find the close button without looking around the screen to close several apps, and far from the other buttons, doing hard to close accidentally. The buttons will change dinamically their size depending of the space available. We can distribute the buttons manually, to put in order our tasks.

Put all bars on top avoids to move the mouse between edges. Everything is on top.

The tasks of a same application can meet on a button, distributing on subbuttons or tabs. The tabs also have a fixed position, under the menu bar. A classic tab (firefox) is similar to a app tab(openoffice), but the classic can't maximize and so.

On the system edit menu I have included "historial del archivo" (file history). It's a history of changes done for each file selected. This means that we will have a complete history of the changes of every file, so we can return to a moment of certain file.

Etc.

I have done another version with bars on top and bottom, "reloaded".




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 by iangrey on: Jul 27 2007
 
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Having the application menu be below the taskbar defeats a big advantage of the Mac application menu - that you can just throw the mouse pointer up and hit the menu without a lot of mental effort. I think it would be better if you put the menu and taskbar on different edges of the screen, so that you can hit each by flinging the mouse pointer towards one edge.

I do like the ideas about the task bar having close buttons and being able to manually rearrange the tasks.


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 by darkmatter on: Jul 28 2007
 
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dnd rearrange of the window list is supported in the next release of gnome ;)


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 by resistol on: Jul 28 2007
 
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thes best of the best


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 Good, good, good

 
 by biomega on: Jul 28 2007
 
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In general is good, i'm gonna tell you what I think is bad:

Have to panels in the same part of the screen!, is like have a loot of stuff in the same place

what about of put the taskbar in the botton part?


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 Re: Good, good, good

 
 by el64 on: Jul 28 2007
 
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Yes, but if you see gnome now, a maximized window of firefox uses the same or more space on top.
I don't like the lower bar because average people don't pay attention on his info, but on top everybody sees everything. I know that this shows overloaded, but I think that this can be a lot better in usability, and a lot of saving in space.


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