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Linux tablet concept

  

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Linux tablet concept
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Linux tablet concept
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Downloads:  125
Submitted:  Nov 21 2010
Updated:  Nov 21 2010

Description:

Just a concept, not finished, what do you think about it?


Concept:

You have 2 desktops, first desktop is on screenshot one, you can launch an application from the dock, change between the application you are running, and open the configuration tools.

Al the configurations tools works as the menu, as a pop-up.

You can install software from the menu, search installed software,and navegate using categories.

The panel at bottom is statical, if you click it, a system configuration tool is open.

Second desktop is for open applications. Bottom panel not change the position, all applications are launched in fullscreen mode, no window borders or nothing. Top right there is a icon wich allow you to choose between all open applications or go to desktop 1.

Simple and powerfull.




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 Nice!

 
 by kenpou7 on: Nov 21 2010
 
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If I got a tablet, I would like it to look like that!


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 Nice :)

 
 by BenjaminSutton on: Nov 21 2010
 
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Nice, but a few things I'd change are:

1)The bar at the bottom should be at the top, as most Linux users are accustomed.

2)The keyboard needs a little work (it looks like there are two spacebars)

3)Maybe you could use some different faenza icons, the current ones look a bit... off.

Other than those three things this looks great, nice job.


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 Re: Nice :)

 
 by algalord on: Nov 21 2010
 
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In my opinion panel is better at bottom, because at top is the dock, which need better access to your finger.

The dock is most used that the panel. The idea is to have a fixed and statical panel at bottom, it is only for notifications.

The keyboard is an ipad copy, but i have not finished it yet... you are right about that.

About the icons, I dont understand your point. The dock is configurable, you can add any application you want, I used faenza icons because they are the best icon set i have ever seen and works great on a dock and touch devices.


I will explain the idea better later.

Thanks for the feedback.


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 Re: Re: Nice :)

 
 by BenjaminSutton on: Nov 21 2010
 
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I get where your coming from with the panel and keyboard. As for the faenza icons I agree they are the most suitable icons for tablets and docks, what I meant was different faenza icons could have been used that may have fitted better (for example, the "search app" icon could have been the "gnome-searchtool" faenza icon) anyways I'm sure it would work either way, faenza icons rock.


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 Re: Re: Re: Nice :)

 
 by algalord on: Nov 21 2010
 
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More than a search tool, its an applications menu... uploading an update.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Nice :)

 
 by BenjaminSutton on: Nov 21 2010
 
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Ah I see, cool :)


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