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SibSkull

Andrey Cherepanov Moscow, Russian Federation
Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements
Info-centric browser (mockup)

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by SibSkull 15 comments

See updated screenshot. - Dec 20 2005
Info-centric browser (mockup)

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by SibSkull 15 comments

I have subscribe to Kat maillist and send email to Roberto Cappuccio. Thanks for your idea about Kat. - Dec 20 2005
Info-centric browser (mockup)

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by SibSkull 15 comments

What part do you mean? Grouped file view? - Dec 16 2005
Info-centric browser (mockup)

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by SibSkull 15 comments

> I'd rather it split by File type.

I wrote about grouping by date (Today, Yesterday, This week, This month, This Year, More year ago), type (as you speak) and custom (based on tags).

> Why the Minimize/Maximize/Close in the panel? looks to be the title bar? If so I'd rather it not be for various reasons.

User like to operate larger area for move window. All upper panel is window title. :)

> "Desktop" Is this a relative path?
As in is Desktop a directory in your Home? How would you get back to your home?

No, it's root for all folders. I guess to use ~/Desktop for this location.

> how would you get to the root? "/" ?

Desktop/My computer/Filesystem Root. I plan several folders under Desktop/My computer:
- Filesystem root
- Hardware (hardware info)
- Sofware (installed packages)
- Operation System (include OS describe and memory/processes statistic)
- Agents (like Lotus Notes agents: backup, replication, user actions)

> Shouldn't the last item be highlighted in green to show that the current directory shown above is in that directory.

I completely agree with you! Should I change "screenshot"?

> What's that yellow thing at the bottom?

There are one or more sticky notes connected to specified folder in any folders. - Dec 14 2005
Info-centric browser (mockup)

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by SibSkull 15 comments

Desktop is root of all folders. Possible I'm wrong to highlight "Desktop" element. - Dec 14 2005
Info-centric browser (mockup)

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by SibSkull 15 comments

> what is that "Desktop/Document/Work" thing?

It's path to current folder. Click on each part drops list of folders on this part level

> what is that orange round button?

Show/hide panel with folders

> why 3 X close buttons?

Hide specified toolbar

> where are infos about the document selected? (date, author, dimension etc.)

I guess it should be in preview pane? under file name below preview.

Thanks for your attention! - Dec 14 2005