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Link:  http://el64.blogspot.com
Downloads:  295
Submitted:  Jul 28 2007
Updated:  Aug 26 2007

Description:

Here a second version of the "hiperpanel" mockup on two panels, on top and bottom. This is not as overloaded as the other.
The panels will have a config mode to permit add and move icons, applets, etc. An option will permit have the two panels together as on the other mockup.

The top panel is on another mockup.

The task buttons on the bottom bar have the close button and can organize on subbuttons or tabs for several documents. We can move the buttons as we want. The "firefox tab bar" is fixed on top, standarizing these tabs. The triple arrow button permits move the subbuttons to the tab bar or return.
The preview icon of the task button permits reduce at maximum the size.

When maximized, the title bar, useless, disapears. The title go to the menu bar with the same use that were on the title bar.

On edit we have the file history. This will permit return at a particular moment of the file. For example, it is as we save the history of gimp and this is system available.

And several other things.




Please note that I have put a lot of icons as example, but by default, without tasks, the bottom panel will show only the speaker and network icons (system tray) and the desktop switcher applet. We can put icons as we do now with the current gnome panel.




Changelog:

-Deleted example launchers from the second screenshot.
-Reduced the number of menus on the second mockup. More integrated, compact and standard.
-Only on first image, new gtk theme on top window.




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 Abouts the panels

 
 by biomega on: Jul 28 2007
 
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I like this idea a lot, despite i propouse to use two panels I think that have to panels in any corner of the screen it gives a sensation of the screen has a lot of stuff

What about of kind of hide the second panel (bottom).

And i think that both panels have a lot of stuff too, what about of simplify?


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 Re: Abouts the panel

 
 by el64 on: Jul 28 2007
 
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It's an example. I have removed icons from the second image to show how can be without launchers and extra notify icons.


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 My 2 cents

 
 by freakcode on: Jul 29 2007
 
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Looks too complex on the second screen (when no app is open). The menus when theres no app open should stay like the default menus (Aplications, Places, System). But the menubar idea is good.

The menubar could be optional, and not position fixed. If it could be a simple applet you can move around on the panels (like the current Mac menubar hack), the better.


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 Re: My 2 cents

 
 by el64 on: Jul 29 2007
 
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The menus can be dynamic. If we don't have selected desktop icons, edit is not showed, and the same for other options. But fixed options helps to avoid think where is this or that option.
Lugares (places) can be as the Nautilus menu "Go to..."? (sorry, I'm not sure how are named in english all menus) mixed with "bookmarks". Can be named Go to directly. The standard menus will reduce the complexity absolutely, and the number of options is acceptable for the human being perception.

If you want to close a program, go to File. If you want to close the system, why not go to file? Average people don't understand the meaning of System (or desktop in Debian), but know less or more the standard menus. Really, Go to is more understandable than places... I will change it.

To standarize better, Aplications can be an option of the file menu that opens the extended window of apps. Can be named Programs instead of Aplications. Well, in spanish I think that is more understandable "programas" that "aplicaciones" but I don't know how can be in english.

This make uniform also the system. Why the desktop don't have a menu as the other apps? All the system will work on the same way and the people will see a consistent system.


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 Re: Re: My 2 cents

 
 by el64 on: Jul 29 2007
 
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Emm edit is necessary to undo and redo. Now, gnome don't have yet this, but it's necesary. Some people do disasters and trust on this.

I will change the second mockup. Less options.


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