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Dockbarx popup theme mockup

  

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Dockbarx popup theme mockup
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a quick mockup inspired by docky mockups by danrabbit




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 like seven

 
 by algalord on: Aug 1 2010
 
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It would be great to add support to add controls to some applications in dockbarx like win seven does, but in seven, it comes from the application, not from dock


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 Re: like seven

 
 by bigrza on: Aug 1 2010
 
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lets see, perhaps dockbarx will get helpers support like docky and we will see something like in mockup 4 :)
i really really hope so


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 Great

 
 by moeenn on: Aug 1 2010
 
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Great Idea. Rated +1

And Perhaps you could upload the wallpaper somewhere...


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 Re: Great

 
 by bigrza on: Aug 2 2010
 
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Thank you and you can download the WP here http://fav.me/d2ut38t


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 Re: Re: Great

 
 by moeenn on: Aug 3 2010
 
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Thanks for the quick reply.. luv it !


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 woow ...

 
 by Bignono on: Aug 1 2010
 
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such amazing mockup would be great to see this getting real ;)


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 Re: woow ...

 
 by bigrza on: Aug 2 2010
 
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thanks and yes it would be really great :)


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 Nice

 
 by M7S on: Aug 1 2010
 
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Nice mock up. I like the look, the only thing I'm concerned about is that a change like this would make it less... gnome-y.

Just some small first thoughts:

Top-left mockup: Cairo doesn't support gausian blur, which might make a glow like that one hard to achieve. Maybe there's some way to fake blurs or make a good looking glow without bluring?

Down left and right mockkups: I've been thinking about some support for music players. Panflute could be a good backend for this since it supports most music players. Last time I checked panfulte wasn't very well documented yet so I put it on hold.

Another possibility is to go through the indicator applet. You can access indicators via dbus and that could bring program specific menus for more than just music players. Unity does something like that, so it should be possible, even if I haven't figured out how yet.

Things like this will have to wait a bit though. I'm trying to release a more stable 0.40 release first before do any big changes or adding any major features.


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 Re: Nice

 
 by bigrza on: Aug 2 2010
 
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Thank you Matias and just take your time, you're making an excellent job with developing dockbarx.

Panflute is a great idea. Im using it now on the panel and i really like it. Why not ask Paul Kuliniewicz perhaps he could help you implement it to dockbarx.

I dont use indicators but what i saw from 10.10 sound indicator screenshots it looks promising and if you could implement this to dbx it would be awesome but i agree a more stable version takes priority :)


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 Looks great

 
 by otikscypi on: Aug 2 2010
 
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I was thinking about something like that since i saw win7. Merging indicators and launchers - they both serve similar goal so why i need this same icon on panel twice? +1 for this mockup.


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 out topics question

 
 by bubuzzz on: Sep 11 2010
 
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What gtk theme do you use in the mockup ?


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 Re: out topics question

 
 by bigrza on: Sep 11 2010
 
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Elementary :)


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