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Quicklaunch mockup

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Quicklaunch mockup
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Submitted:  Jun 2 2008
Updated:  Jun 3 2008

Description:

This mockup shows my idea of a quicklaunch. With today's quicklaunch you have several icons always in your screen while you probably just use a few of them and and wouldn't mind them being gone when you don't use it.

What you see.
My idea here is that when you move your mouse to the lower left corner of your screen that you will get this popup cloud which will show you the available quicklaunch applications and will vanish once you move your mouse out of the popup area.

Is this possible to make?
This mockup shows my idea of a quicklaunch. With today's quicklaunch you have several icons always in your screen while you probably just use a few of them and and wouldn't mind them being gone when you don't use it.

What you see.
My idea here is that when you move your mouse to the lower left corner of your screen that you will get this popup cloud which will show you the available quicklaunch applications and will vanish once you move your mouse out of the popup area.

Is this possible to make?
Deffinately yes!
In compiz fusion you can push your mouse to the upper right corner that will give you a alternative ALT + TAB so that idea can be used for the lower left as well. This popup dialog can probably be made in pure GTK+ only but then won't have the black drop down shadow (obviously).

Why in the lower left corner?
Well, somehow whenever i want to start a application from the quicklaunch applet i tend to go to the lower left corner for whatever reason.. so it's probably intuitive (atleast for me) to go to the lowerleft corner if you want to start an application quickly.

So what do you think of this mockup?




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 screenlets

 
 by TwoPointOh on: Jun 2 2008
 
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Probably can be done through Compiz like you said, maybe someone who can program could write a screenlet for it or something.
Off-topic: Where'd you find that wallpaper?


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 Re: screenlets

 
 by markg85 on: Jun 2 2008
 
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Screenlet.. possible but not really how i would like it.. The main goal is of cause to have it in gnome by default.

And i found the wallpaper here: http://kampongboy92.deviantart.com/art/Aurora-72619635


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 idea

 
 by eitreach on: Jun 3 2008
 
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A good idea, but I'm not too positive on the execution. I strongly dislike anything that requires mouse hovering - I'd like it better if it was an actual panel applet that could be clicked as well (and could be turned into mouse-hover through settings?).


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 drag'n'drop

 
 by Lusepuster on: Dec 8 2008
 
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Maybe a handle that, when you drag it, makes the widget an actual window where you can drag/drop new launchers into it? That would require an area that's always free, to drag the icons onto.


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