Re: [Usability] Behavior of Minimizing Windows Violates Mental Model
- From: Lincoln Yeoh <lyeoh pop jaring my>
- To: Justin Edwards <justin telelanguage com>, "frederik nnaji gmail com" <frederik nnaji gmail com>
- Cc: Allan Caeg <allancaeg ubuntu com>, Gnome Usability <usability gnome org>, GNOME Shell Mailing List <gnome-shell-list gnome org>
- Subject: Re: [Usability] Behavior of Minimizing Windows Violates Mental Model
- Date: Sun, 28 Nov 2010 18:38:34 +0800
I agree that there should be an option for something like a task bar.
But if taskbars are such a bad idea, then how about this:
To make the interface more consistent, GUI web browsers while running
in GNOME should not have visible tabs to click on despite supporting
tabbed browsing, and instead have a "tab activity menu".
At 09:18 AM 11/25/2010, Justin Edwards wrote:
I think one option would be to add an icon at the top bar of the
minimized application. My vote is to bring back an 'option' for task
bar, even if it's not a gnome panel. The option to have a taskbar vs
activity menu would be good. Both could be auto hidden.
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