Re: [Muine] mockups 0.2
- From: Erik Grinaker <erikg codepoet no>
- To: joachim beckers gmail com
- Cc: muine-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: [Muine] mockups 0.2
- Date: Tue, 07 Mar 2006 12:36:04 +0100
On Tue, 2006-03-07 at 12:20 +0100, Joachim Beckers wrote:
> On Tue, 2006-03-07 at 11:21 +0100, Erik Grinaker wrote:
> > On Sat, 2006-03-04 at 17:19 +0100, Joachim Beckers wrote:
> > > So I gimped up some mockups again, taking into consideration the
> > > comments made before. The mockups are available on
> > > http://home.versateladsl.be/beckers.p/joachim.beckers/images/0.2/
> > Ok, this looks much better. A few minor issues:
> > - Play / Add Album (and Song): pick either Play or Add, using both seems
> > a bit strange. I'd go for Play myself.
> I know, but I couldn't choose which one to keep.
I think Play is better, since playing a song/album is what you really
want to do, but that's more a matter of taste I guess. But any is better
than both :)
> > - Place Hide Window above the Quit item, as it's somewhat related, and
> > since we're talking about hiding the playlist window (hence it belongs
> > on the playlist menu).
> Well, "Hide window" is actually added by the muine systray plugin, so it
> would go into tools automatically. I don't know if it can be done
Ok, nothing to do about that then. Not really a huge crisis.
> > - Import folder: perhaps this should be placed in the Playlist or Song
> > menu, to make it easier to find - especially because it's essential to
> > use it when you first start Muine. Either that, or Muine should ask for
> > a dir to import on startup if the database is empty.
> I think muine does that already (it's been a long time since I had an
> empty db to start with.) If not, showing the Import window at the first
> start definately is the way to go. In any case: "importing songs" is not
> an operation on a song or playlist, so it should be in the Tools menu
Yeah, it probably fits better in the Tools menu. But Muine doesn't seem
to ask you to import when starting it the first time, which it really
> > - Remove the separator in the Help menu, for consistency and because the
> > HIG really hates single-item groups. Would also call the menu item
> > Contents instead of Help, since that's what the HIG says.
Good :) Sorry again for being a HIG-nazi, hehe.
Erik Grinaker <erikg codepoet no>
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