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gnome panel mockup

  

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gnome panel mockup
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gnome panel mockup
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gnome panel mockup
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Link:  http://el64.blogspot.com
Downloads:  503
Submitted:  Sep 14 2007
Updated:  Oct 16 2007

Description:

Please don't think on a mac. This mockup is as is. As far I have seen (I don't know mac very well), mac working is very different.


Top panel only mockup. We can add a bottom panel if necessary.

This top panel is a fusion between the top gnome panel standard and the menu bar. Is a fixed menu bar (avoiding that small windows don't show his whole menu and several confusions) for all apps including gnome, that has here its system menu as standard menu. This makes a consistent system and improves usability as Fitts's law say.

File includes every option applicable to the desktop icons, the recent document selector and the close menu, as any application.
Edit includes every normal edit option of an application, but applied to desktop, including undo that gnome don't has now, and on other systems is bad implemented.
Go is similar to the places menu, a mix between Go and bookmarks of nautilus.
Tools includes every option of configurations and system tools.

The gnome icon launches the Application menu (see Application menu mockup, can be distinct that showed) and switch the menu to the gnome menu explained above (the latter also clicking on desktop).

For PDA we can also use this, reduced and slightly modified, substituing file, edit, etc, with icons. This makes gnome universal.




Changelog:

Translated menus (posible mistakes, sorry). Small changes.
Uploaded third image with another color for those that dislike with black bar.




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 So its Mac then

 
 by hairypalms19 on: Sep 15 2007
 
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so what your saying is its the mac menu -_- been there done that.


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 Re: So its Mac then

 
 by Ashura on: Sep 15 2007
 
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But not yet fully working. For example neither accelerator keys are working ATM nor are transient windows handled correctly. The latter currently make the menubar disappear even though they have a parent window which has one.


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 god

 
 by biomega on: Sep 15 2007
 
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nice this one, i like it more than the others,

It would be nice to have a extra panel for add applets

And in the top right of the corner a windows selector button


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 Just wondering

 
 by juanfgs0 on: Sep 22 2007
 
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How does OSX handle the "focus follows mouse" and the menubar?, I've tryied with KDE and Gnome using the mac-style menubar, and I always lost the menu of the application I was using accidentally (hovering over other windows).
For that reason I think this is a bad idea.

Excuse me for my bad english.


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 Re: Just wondering

 
 by el64 on: Sep 22 2007
 
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I don't know mac very well. This is not a mac (I think). Focus follows mouse... Why? That does the system unusable. I think is better click on the windows or task (if a taskbar exists) to focus. This will work perfectly and this has a behavior that a novice can expect. Inexperienced people (even if they handle bad the mouse) would find this easier than every other system.
See as a posible (not unique) implementation "hiperpanel reloaded" mockup with an opened application.

My english is also bad, but as we are forbidden to write in other languages (where are the freedom? only on software? inconsistent), nobody can help on misunderstandings.


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 Re: Re: Just wonderi

 
 by fuckingbugmenot on: Oct 17 2007
 
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As someone who enjoys focus-follows-mouse, I object. I've also run OSX, and used to wish they'd get on the bandwagon and allow the focus follows mouse thing too. Then I tried to reason how you'd change the menu for child windows, such as those that Photoshop uses for its toolboxes.

I'd love to see a centralized Mac-style menu, but there's a reason it's not available, and a good one at that. You get far more power just moving the mouse into a Window rather than having to click on the darn thing and raise it to the top. Couple that with Beryl/Compiz's opacify plugin and you can do things other operating systems only dream of. For example, I can move my mouse now to an editor session that's partially obscured by the web browser and have the window manager make the browser partially translucent so I can see the editor through the browser. Pretty cool stuff :)

Let's not get into a holy war over click follows or focus follows. We have our differences, and that's what makes Gnome such a cool environment to work in.

Cheers :)


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 Re: Re: Re: Just won

 
 by el64 on: Oct 17 2007
 
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As I haven't used focus-follows-mouse, I don't know how can be included on this. This mockup is as is, and I think that initially can be a big advance, but if someone want to include focus-follows-mouse, you can. It can be a gnome interface option to switch between one and another (and more).
I think photoshop don't has menus on toolboxes. They are tabs. Then, no problem here.


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 Inconsistent

 
 by johnisevil on: Oct 16 2007
 
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I don't like that the menus aren't consistent with the look of the panel itself when they're opened.


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 Re: Inconsistent

 
 by el64 on: Oct 17 2007
 
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Please pay attention on usability and so on. The Theme can be changed. I will add another image...


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