Organize the desktop in sub category..
manda.mgf at gmail.com
Sun Mar 29 14:42:10 CEST 2009
If the problem is to have the prefered or the most used apps easy accessible
the solution could be put this apps before the categoty division..
2009/3/29 Fernando Martins <fernando at cmartins.nl>
> David Reyes Samblas Martinez wrote:
> >> The main advantage on this layout for me is to display the icons for the
> >> most used apps (or favorites). Unfortunately, folder icons for app
> >> organisation is sooo computer biased and boring :-)
> > Totally agree, so that's why I suppose the creators hs decided to use
> > this icons instead ;)
> > http://forum.telefoninux.org/index.php/topic,1079.0.html
> Yes I had seen them, but I don't like them (at least as seen out of
> context) and I don't think replacing a classical folder icon by another
> one (even prettier) solves the problem. Actually it might make it worth
> (In my initial quick look I didn't even realise they were intended as
> "folder" icon replacements). A common UI mistake is to put an icon
> without a label...
> The UI provided by Martino is obvious (as it should), I just miss the
> common apps icons directly accessible.
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