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Re: [E-devel] menu redesign

On Wed, 22 Mar 2006 21:15:41 +0100 Peter Parkanyi <peepy@citromail.hu> babbled:

> Hello,
> I was just thinking about the e17 menu. When i click on the screen, i get a 
> huge menu, and most of its submenus doesn't really have meaning.
> My e17 menu would look like this( of course, i shortened ;)):
> 	Run command	
> 	---
> 	Desktops >
> 	Windows >
> 	Config >
> 	---
> 	About E17
> 	About theme
> 	Lock screen
> 	Exit e17
> Gadgets menu doesn't really have meaning, because clicking on a gadget offers 
> 'edit mode'. Or it could be inside the Conf menu. Favourites menu often very 
> disturbing, so i suppose it could be reached by left-click(as now).
> Lock screen shouldn't be inside the Desktops menu, it is a wrong place for it.
> Lost windows could be a separate part of windows, but not a submenu.
> That's what i wanted

right now - i dont want to redesign it too much because i NEED the gadgets menu for testing for starters - but later i think we could do with a menu cleanup for sure. so this isn't a "no" - this is a "not right now" :)

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