I like the simple, functional design of this. Do you know, has what
the toolbox would become, already been resolved? I notice this does
not seem to concern people presently.
On Feb 8, 2008 9:01 AM, Tobias Jakobs <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Am Dienstag, den 05.02.2008, 11:26 +0100 schrieb peter sikking:
> > GIMPsters,
> > Let me state that I wrote my first email in this thread because (yes)
> > I am struggling what to put there. It is easy for me to make the
> > list of gimmicks that not should go in there. Every on of those
> > sucks so much... But what is left? The window needs to be there,
> > already outlined above the functions it does. So instead of just
> > plain bgcolor, let's do something a bit more stylish, without
> > drawing any attention to it.
> I thought about it and I created this mock-up:
> The idea is to use a simple radial gradient from the upper left corner
> to the lower right. (This should be switched for RTL languages.)
> The gradient colours are calculated from the "selected forecolour" from
> the GTK theme. This way it fits nicely into every desktop environment.
> In the center of the area I've added a simpel text "Drop Images here to
> open them." (Perhaps a native speaker should change the wording.)
> This is NOT the "Tip of the Day" and should NOT change.
> The colour of the text is the brightest colour from the gradient. This
> will give us a nice contrast and it will fit to the theme colours.
> > >> the slider is a dead serious key in the whole experience. to
> > >> seamlessly
> > >> track the mood of users over a a working day (or a hobby night) is
> > >> worth gold in user interaction.
> > >
> > > Would you please care to explain this?
> > I am going to let the slider rest until the window content is sorted
> > out.
> > Then redesign the whole package so it all fits together...
> I don't get you slider idea. But if you think about a small timewaster
> what do you think about adding a colour slider to my mock-up?
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