Re: [Usability]Re: toolbar issues

On Mon, 2002-05-20 at 12:13, Dave Bordoley wrote:
> In galeon, the throbber is used to show that its connecting to a site,
> and the progress indicator is used to indicate that the status of page
> rendering if i'm not mistake. I think this is a pretty good model so
> maybe we should use it too. David what do you think??

Sounds reasonable in cases where there's a situation analogous to
"connecting to a site". It still seems a bit silly to waste space
on the throbber in the presumably (for most users) more common 
case of local file browsing.

What about (instead) some sort of animation in the window itself?
Would that work, or would there be cases where the window contents
were partially rendered but Nautilus still needed to "throb" to
indicate connecting?

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