Re: To answer your question about the upcoming Style-Guide...
- From: Tom Vogt <tom lemuria org>
- To: gnome-gui-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: To answer your question about the upcoming Style-Guide...
- Date: Sun, 26 Jul 1998 11:47:31 +0200
Dan Kaminsky <email@example.com> wrote:
> >I haven't done that test. I need fresh victims first.
> >however, if there are, say, four folders labeled "system", "apps", "games"
> >and "internet", I honestly believe people WILL start to wonder how they can
> >put their apps where they want, and the next step will be the question
> >can I create a quake folder?".
> I'm beginning to agree.
looks like we had a misunderstanding most of the time. I hope the sketches
in my last mail will clear that up.
> >true. but that doesn't touch the problem of one start button or several
> >folders, does it?
> Maybe there should be an "expand folder" button, that would expand a folder
> on the panel into its constituent folders in some kind of semi-efficient
or drag&drop to put a subfolder on the panel. but that does not solve the
problem of how the user will FIND that functionality in the first place. :)
> >we are talking about a default configuration, true? I think the default
> >config should show the possibilities OR THEY WILL BE MISSED. that is all
> >there is to my point, but I consider it important enough to argue a lot
> >about it. :)
> I don't think the default config should show all possibilities at all
> times...which ones get deprecated? hurm
true. but the important features should be shown. given the usual mess that
the start->programs menu is on windoze systems, I consider this an important
feature of gnome.
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