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- Sep 15 2015, 7:12 PM (178 w, 4 d)
Fri, Feb 15
In fact, long ago, when we first launched the current version, I also suggested making them flatter and all the way across the window. That way it didn't seem like it was floating.
Thu, Feb 14
Would an icon like this work?
Wed, Feb 13
Tue, Feb 12
It is pretty rough. It works, but needs better looks. The toolbar section now takes up almost half of the screen.
Mon, Feb 11
Wed, Feb 6
Tue, Feb 5
This idea is super interesting. Can you please make a gif or short video showing the new feature?
Mon, Feb 4
Just some variations on Nate's idea:
Sat, Feb 2
Seems like a bit too much. BTW, this is the Plasma login splash and there is no text output when disabled.
Maybe I am asking for a lot... but could these be animated and show what the splash screen does? Maybe a gif animation on hover?
Fri, Feb 1
I love that implementation. I bounced back ideas with Marco long ago about this. I think we should implement it in all other KCMs with similar representations.
Thu, Jan 31
Does the hug allow for just a search button and a non-always visible search field?
Mon, Jan 28
Sun, Jan 27
I guess the way that the new theme is created through the ui is also something to consider. Maybe, let's think of a cleaner theme editing process and then the save button will be easier to understand?
Sat, Jan 26
Would anyone in our community be able to create a script for localization?
Fri, Jan 25
Thu, Jan 24
Do you prefer a right click over a settings or 3-dot button?
It's amazing to see all the work that was done here. Thanks everyone for working together on this. I hope our users see this new KCM as a step forward.
Wed, Jan 23
Mon, Jan 21
Sun, Jan 20
I am not opposed to a reorg as long as it doesn't touch the KCMs, but be aware that you "might" have to reorg again as we port KCMs. So, do you prefer to do it, potentially twice, or just once?
Jan 16 2019
Hey all, sorry for not showing up earlier in this ticket. I wanted to offer visual direction for this change. Here is the mockup I conceptualized for this kcm.
Jan 15 2019
Jan 14 2019
I agree with @ngraham here. I feel that it is not always wise to apply the same UX everywhere. It might feel right but there are user experiences that are common place for other systems and it could become distracting for the user to expect one thing and such thing behaves too much outside of that expectation.
Jan 13 2019
Jan 12 2019
Jan 8 2019
Is there a way that the custom date setting can be in its own window pop up instead of building into the KCM and pushing down the control that's below this setting?
Do you have a before and after? :D
I like the selection so far. Just ping me when you need an official approval.
Jan 7 2019
I think part of the reason why this seems too big also if because it doesn't do much more than tell you what day it is. If it was able to integrate with a calendar application, it could show appointments. Something like this:
(May I suggest a visual preference? What if the buttons were black by default? I feel that because of their color, they seem odd for a control on a video camera. https://dribbble.com/shots/5673516-Day-32-Made-with-Studio is an example of what I mean. The controls are less obvious to leave the user to focus on the image they see)
Kate and Kwrite seem very similar. Would adding a differentiator graphic help? For example,
How was this not an option ever?
In general these banner images were a good idea but their execution wasn't great. They take up a lot of space and the background are generally dark.
Jan 6 2019
Do you have a before and after gif or video?
Jan 4 2019
If you want, you can go to the KDE VDG Channel and request some design help as you go along. The app is shaping up nicely.
Jan 3 2019
Can you pleas provide a video showing the annoying behavior? Just to make sense of it.
I don't have a problem with the font as much as I have a problem with the spacing for the title labels. They seem to be super close to checkboxes, other labels and controls. There should be a clear separation. Adding a heavier font to the title label helps a lot but because of its weight and the closeness with the rest of the elements, it seems crammed.
Love it! IDK how it wasn't implemented already!
I support visual alignment!
Goodness, I think this is all about taste. I am more on the side that it looks good. It visually prioritizes hierarchy with labels. @mart Does it just look bad for you or do you think this will cause issues somewhere else?
Jan 2 2019
Dec 28 2018
I like the idea and if we select wallpapers we must provide quality wallpapers that fit every screen well.
Dec 27 2018
The labels and checkboxes are not starting with a verb. I think that can be reworked.
Dec 25 2018
Dec 23 2018
I have seen implementations like this one before and it makes it so that the tab expands and shrinks when the focus is on the tab because it needs to accommodate for the icon that appears and disappears. Is that the case with this patch?
Dec 22 2018
Sorry guys, this request here does not seem to have good grounding. I agree with Nate. Can we re-evaluate? More than anything, I would need to see a clickable prototype of the proposed interaction with this wizard. I haven't seen anything yet.
Dec 21 2018
It is easy to reproduce when more than one monitor is connected, you must set the cursor on any monitor except the first one and block the screen with hot keys, after which you will notice that the focus of the password entry remains on the first screen.
This problem may be associated with the bug 395639.
Dec 20 2018
Can you show a video or gif of this behavior?
Dec 19 2018
Could you maybe provide a video or gif of this behavior from the other OSs? Just for reference.
Dec 18 2018
Dec 15 2018
Not sure, what seems to be the main issue?
Dec 14 2018
Dec 13 2018
In general, this patch makes it better. However, I feel that all the items are simply too close to the left edge. Can you add some padding or margin to the left? Maybe something like 5 px?
+1 for improving visuals