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Hover Nautilus

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Hover Nautilus
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Downloads:  597
Submitted:  Mar 1 2010

Description:

My 2nd Nautilus mockup.

Everything is explained inside the image, but I just want to say something quick:

Yes, there\'s some missing elements that may or may not cripple Nautilus\' functionality, I did not include them simply because I\'m focusing on showing ideas other than the search and the stop/reload button.

Comments, faves, critics... are appreciated. :)




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 by Padster on: Mar 1 2010
 
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u forgot the t in elements


What do you get when you multiply six by nine?
42.

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 Re: ...

 
 by 0rAX0 on: Mar 1 2010
 
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Thanks, I overlooked the mistakes, I just corrected them in DeviantART, but I won't do it here, GNOME-Look is so painful that I rather leave it incorrected :(


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 !!!

 
 by sw2 on: Mar 3 2010
 
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excellent :)


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 Re: !!!

 
 by 0rAX0 on: Mar 3 2010
 
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Thanks :)


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 Hovering

 
 by manicfold on: Mar 3 2010
 
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Some problems I have with hidden / reveal-on-mouseover GUI elements:

You don't see the possibilities you have on first glance.
I also despise interfaces with too many elements, because you have to search too long. Ideally you put a lot of thought in the interface, so that things most needed are directly available and you make it customizable by the user.

The elements don't STAY THERE, when you try to click them.
I'm often annoyed by submenus that evade me when I try to hit them with the touchpad. This might very well be a problem of implementation, it bugs me nonetheless.

It is unclear how to use this with the keyboard.
One feature I love in the GNOME desktop: nearly everything is doable with the keyboard. And on buttons and menus you can see which keys do what. But when they are invisible ...

Apart from that: nice design ;-)


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 Re: Hovering

 
 by 0rAX0 on: Mar 3 2010
 
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I like it when someone actually thinks about your idea and gives you the pros and cons, so thank you.

1- You don't see the possibilities you have on first glance.

yeah, this might be a slight problem, you can solve it by giving hints on first runs, or make it available with the possibility to activate the auto-hide features. Of course, there will be a learning curve like every program.

2-The elements don't STAY THERE, when you try to click them.

It bugs me too when I work with laptops/netbooks, I think it's a lack of training rather than a general problem (at least to me), you can always use a regular mouse, you don't see designers getting rid of menus hide-features because of touchpads!
or you can make it more sensitive to the pointer(can be annoying though).
but still, that's a good point.

3- It is unclear how to use this with the keyboard.

Another good point, I'm not a programmer (yet), but I think it's possible to make the elements appear with the keyboard, I'm not sure though.


Thank you again :)



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 Re: Re: Hovering

 
 by manicfold on: Mar 3 2010
 
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You're welcome. I actually like designs that go over the top and try things that are just not possible at the moment, because they give a VISION where development should go. If the vision is a useful one is open to debate.

I want to remark on one of your arguments:
software should serve the user, so if I see that I can't click menus, I should change the behavior of the menu and not rely on practice :)


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 how to get it

 
 by un3fista on: Mar 31 2010
 
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hi man thanks for the contribution i think is a great theme sorry for my english i am from venezuela, i want to know how can i get this theme please i want something different in my nautilus thanks a lot. I have ubuntu 10.04 beta


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 Re: how to get it

 
 by 0rAX0 on: Mar 31 2010
 
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That's not a theme, it's a simple imaginary mockup.


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