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Gnome 3 Menu Mockup

  

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Gnome 3 Menu Mockup
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Submitted:  May 17 2011

Description:

Yesterday I saw these gorgeous gnome 3 mockups on webupd8
check them up here:
http://www.webupd8.org/2011/05/gnome-3-menu-mockups.html

Then I had my own idea how to integrate application menus in the gnome shell.

This mockup is not 100% finished, but I think the idea behind it is clear.

What do you think?




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 I like...

 
 by Padster on: May 17 2011
 
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it much better than most of the mockups in the article. :)
I've noticed how the application icon up there seemed a but useless.


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 Mixed

 
 by IBBoard on: May 18 2011
 
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I'm a bit mixed on the mock-up. It works okay for a Firefox-style menu where they've crammed everything under one item (and put it in two columns), but what about full menu bars? I'm not sure that having File, Edit, etc menus all under a single top level item will be too usable.

As for why the icon is up there, I think it is meant to be a "task indicator", showing what you're working on at the moment and what has focus. Some window themes differentiate that well, others don't so much.


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 Re: Mixed

 
 by someonefromouttaspace on: May 18 2011
 
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I can understand your objection but have a look on the mockups on webupd8(see link)

And I believe some gnome apps will get those cool mega menus and then the integration in the gnome-shell panel is just a simple trick.


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 Re: Re: Mixed

 
 by IBBoard on: May 18 2011
 
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I had a quick look after I'd posted, and TBH I'm far less impressed with some of those than I am with this!

A number of apps either don't need a status bar or have done away with it (particularly Chromium and Firefox), but one of the options is to have the menus at the bottom (despite the age-old convention of having them at the top)? Really? Using the title bar just looks messy and cramps up the title (which is the main thing I want to know), even if it does save space overall.

Hopefully someone will come up with something new and fresh, but usable.


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