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Clever windows

  

Topaz Brainstorm

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Clever windows
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Downloads:  5858
Submitted:  Jun 25 2009
Updated:  Jun 30 2009

Description:

The new way of a manipulation windows.

Headings of windows are always visible, so dockers and application switchers are not necessary.
Only close button in header of window.
My window docker can be used for minimizating windows and for their moving on other desktop.
LaunchApp - double-click on empty workspace.

Positively:
-No abstraction between a window and its representation on application switcher.
-Possibility to find a window quickly by its sizes and position
-Clean interface.

Excuse me for my bad English, let my video speaks for me

EDIT:

This video show this functionality in compiz-like window compositor. But this idea can be realizable in metasity-like compositor.




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 OMG!

 
 by mackos on: Jun 25 2009
 
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it is a nice work.
but your lower panels are ugly and bulky.
I suggest to leave the old lower panel.


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 Re: OMG!

 
 by crantisz on: Jun 25 2009
 
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it's just an idea, not a gtk-theme, windows can be different. But I like this.


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 Wonderfull!!

 
 by rebirth on: Jun 25 2009
 
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Hey!
I realy like the top of the window with only the close button.
I love the concept with gnome-do embebed on the new window, the clock on the top side of the window is beautifull.
The whole video is so sexy... makes look the gnome shell like ms-dos.

PS: Sorry for my bad english, i'm from Chile.


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 Re: Wonderfull!!

 
 by crantisz on: Jun 25 2009
 
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xD


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 A similar idea

 
 by Picklesworth on: Jun 27 2009
 
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Cool! I have a mockup with somewhat similar goals over here:

http://live.gnome.org/GnomeShell/DesignerPlayground/WindowTrays

Like your video (although less artistically presented), the idea is first and foremost to eradicate the window list. Users should not need to organise windows in more than one way. To achieve that, windows would ALWAYS available in a glance within the same context.

Nice to see I'm not completely crazy in wanting things that way :)

I love how you have the panel applets appear in a full screen window's title bar.


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 in dev?

 
 by koenfloris on: Jun 28 2009
 
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is this just a mockup or is this being developed?

The video seems to be a REAL one, not just a mockup.


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 WOW

 
 by madsrh123 on: Jun 29 2009
 
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This looks fantastic! You should post it at: http://live.gnome.org/GnomeShell/DesignerPlayground


What did you use to create the animation?

Keep up the good work.


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 Re: WOW

 
 by crantisz on: Jun 29 2009
 
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Where here to write?

I did it in blender.


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 Ogv file?

 
 by flimm on: Jun 29 2009
 
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Could you post an ogv file? Youtube is inaccessible to me.


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 Re: Ogv file?

 
 by crantisz on: Jun 29 2009
 
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http://www.sendspace.com/file/p9t409
I made mp4.


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 Re: Re: Ogv file?

 
 by flimm on: Jul 2 2009
 
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Thanks you're a star!
I've got some comments: I don't understand the logic behind the movement of the windows. When you moved the F-Spot window, other windows were 'pushed' upwards, why?
I like the idea of getting rid of the taskbar. My parent just ignores it, despite explanations. Trying to replace it with window titlebars like that is brilliant.


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