Re: Ideas and suggestions for Gnome shell.

2011/6/11 Giovanni Campagna <scampa giovanni gmail com>
Il giorno sab, 11/06/2011 alle 11.55 -0300, Job ha scritto:
> Reading your post,
> "I don't know about right click menus, but I think they be ditched
> eventually, if
> only because there is no right click on a touchscreen."
> You are saying that all Gnome 3 - Shell, UI guidelines, is based to
> "No Keyboard", "No Mouse", "Small Screen" users??

No, it is based on "Maybe Keyboard", "Maybe Mouse", "Unknown Screen
Size", that is, it tries to work on most environments without

> What is amazing on right click, is the very logical and practical
> "Object Action/Options" associated. I Love, LibreOffice because this.
> Of course, in some cases is  better without. Like "connection applet"
> For touch Screen, Object Actions/Options, was already solved, using
> "Hold Stay".

Hold Stay works if the object indicates the availability of an action
(like a button or an icon). It doesn't work for background actions (like
those you get by right clicking nautilus)
A good and well design popup window with actions/options could be used, and will work  nicely.
Why not?



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