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Nautilus C

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Nautilus C
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Submitted:  May 6 2008
Updated:  May 7 2008

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nautilus and totem concept




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 well

 
 by DanRabbit on: May 6 2008
 
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thats a very pretty mockup. But, I'm pretty sure one of the things about gnome-look is you're supposed to use English so that everyone here can understand.


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 Re: well

 
 by Amma on: May 6 2008
 
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ok


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 Nice!

 
 by TheRob on: May 6 2008
 
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Yeah I would too love to see nautilus filemanager transformed
into something like this... until it does,
I use another filemanager :)

Very good concept! I like it a lot,
voted it good!

Keep up the good work!

//Robert


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 Cut the video player

 
 by stebalien on: May 7 2008
 
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I like the interface redesign but nautilus should not be a media player as well. A possible compromise is to have a bubble playing the video pop up when you mouse over the file.


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 Re: Cut the video player

 
 by stebalien on: May 7 2008
 
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Sorry, I did not realize that the movie player was separate. Great redesign.


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 Hum

 
 by malwk on: May 7 2008
 
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It looks great but...
There's always a BUT
Now, there are some paradigms in the GUI design that we all know and that the regular user is custom with.
Take for example the slide view in OSX - it is sooooo unnatural pretty much no one can actually use it to do something really - it is just a show off, even the hardcore MAC OSX users will not actually slide trough 300 files in this way to find the one they look for.
So please have in mind the usability when creating your wonderful mockups so that they are easy to understand - this will make it possible to be coded and spread to the world;P
Just a suggestion:)
And the suggestion was provoked by the mini-slide show seen in the fist picture at the right bottom side.


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 Re: Hum

 
 by nitroflow on: May 9 2008
 
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Looks that what you are referring is just the cover art for the audio file that is being previewed nothing more. So it doesn't influence usability in anyway whatsoever it is just eye candy but can help you identify a file if it is named weirdly.


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