[Patch] System Settings : Improve General/Advanced tabs visibility

Nicolas Ternisien nicolas.ternisien at gmail.com
Fri Mar 28 00:14:29 GMT 2008

Next attempt ++


Appart the fact that the setFlat() option does not work with Oxygen theme, I
particularly like this version, which compiles all requests and comments.

Please give me your opinions.

PS: I also think this is my last attempt to match all-people-requests for
System Settings =)

On Thu, Mar 27, 2008 at 2:02 PM, Michael Lentner <michaell at gmx.net> wrote:

> Am Donnerstag, 27. März 2008 schrieb Nicolas Ternisien:
> > It's an incredible long debate ;-)
> >
> > Why not having General Settings / Advanced Settings tabs, like to
> > previous patch, but having a trailing Settings word, to improve
> > visibility of those tabs ? About font size and icons, I have no
> > personal opinion, while those tabs are visible and easily clickable.
> > (and yes, why not having the frame border again, by using KTabWidget)
> The (little) issue I had with the previous appearance of systemsettings
> was
> that the white space on the right side made it appear asymmetric. My
> mockup
> fixes this and removes by the oppurtunity the unnecessary overview button,
> what makes it simpler without removing functionality. Imho that's what all
> want. My idea was to have dynamic widgets on the bar, the overview button
> should only be visible if a kcm is shown, while the general / advances
> settings buttons and the search bar only if the overview is shown. But I'm
> unsure, how it would feel if the overview button gets pressed and another
> button appears directly under the mouse. Could be also no problem at all
> ;)
> Michael
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