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Topaz Brainstorm

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Submitted:  Sep 15 2006
Updated:  Jan 18 2008

Description:

This is my first mockup for a future, slick, integrated desktop environment, hoping to help someway for Topaz.

Some ideas taken from the net, some maybe new. What do you think?

Please note that this is only a mock-up, not a really existing theme, I just wanted to show some ideas. This means that you cannot install/use/have this on your computer, but instead you are encouraged to leave opinions, comments, suggestions, etc. either here or in the related blog.

Small note: no, that "evil-looking thing" (as someone called it :D ) you can see on the wallpaper won't become the Gnome 3.0 logo. I just put it there to experiment something with Inkscape and I didn't remove it.

Note also that I'm not part at all of any Gnome-related team (developers, artists, whatever). So, this isn't anything "official", nor directly related to Topaz. It just shows some ideas that I'd like if implemented sometime in the future.


Credits:
- wallpaper by paninaro ( http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=37891 )
- icons: Tango ( http://www.tango-project.org )
- "on-going" idea by kiras ( http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=33673 )




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 asd

 
 by asdx22 on: May 4 2007
 
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I would like to see something like this, vector-like, translucent panels and the entire desktop and panels to be resolution independent, I think it makes the desktop more pleasant and nice looking, I would like to have something like Plasma, and I would like to have a more nice looking GTK+ with innovative features and a faster development cycle, I would also like to see a better window manager, with more features and compositing, I would also like to have a better HIG, I know GNOME already does this, but I just wanted to mention anwyay. I would also have more functionality, Linus Torvalds was right about all he said. I would also like to have good Compiz integration, and so on.

Just my two cents.


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 Re: asd

 
 by fredp on: May 13 2007
 
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I agree. I'd like a more modern desktop environment. But Gnome people doesn't seem very interested in this way, so I just hope KDE guys manage to put out a great version 4 (with much better face than 3, and than some previews of 4 too).


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 hmm

 
 by pyros on: May 22 2007
 
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The bottom toolbar reminds me of the gimmie project (http://www.beatniksoftware.com/gimmie/Main_Page). From the guy who created tomboy. It's still alpha software at the moment, but I'm sure anxious to see it in a more stable form.

The progress area is a good idea, but I think it would require extra work from each gnome application to bring it to fruition.


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 Re: hmm

 
 by d3x7r0 on: Jun 23 2007
 
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What if that on-going area was tied to something like libnotify. That way you could use existing APIs to show stuff on that area :)


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 topaz brainstorm

 
 by tortuga352 on: Jun 8 2007
 
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I love the simplicity of this. I think it allows for a nice, clean workspace appealing to both advanced users and to beginners alike. Everything is where it is expected to be and I like the way it looks.


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 is it possible?

 
 by haruspex on: Aug 13 2007
 
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Is it possible to make gnome 2 panels look like this (maybe with help of another application)? I mean, with "real" transparency, rounded corners (and no horrible grips on the sides), and with an option to not be always on top?


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 Great!

 
 by Szorstki on: Aug 30 2007
 
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great work, I like it ;]

But the Gnome developers don't realize this vision I think :/ Well if Gnome would look like image you designed it would be the best looking graphical intereface :)


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 :D

 
 by sameer666 on: Oct 23 2007
 
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one of most amazing desktop interface idea i have seen. hope it is realised :)


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