File dialog layout
vtintipo at gmail.com
Wed Oct 1 11:54:09 BST 2008
Pretty good, clean and simple.
But you could show in someware the free avaliable space? I think that is a
On Fri, Sep 12, 2008 at 7:44 PM, Diego Iastrubni <elcuco at kde.org> wrote:
> I am attaching here a screen shot of the new file dialog for RTL
> and I would like to modify something:
> The back and forward buttons are on the right side of the dialog, but most
> the time the user will have the mouse cursor on the left of the dialog
> it's the flow direction of the file/directory widget (I forced it to be LTR
> few weeks). I would like the back/forward/up toolbar move to the left of
> dialog, just like in LTR desktops.
> Can anyone comment on this ideal? If you do merge those two toolbars, can
> test the dialog in RTL mode? (or ping me to test it?)
> On Friday 12 September 2008 11:47:09 Alexander Dymo wrote:
> > I've updated kdelibs today and saw that we've changed layout in the
> > I see that toolbar is now aligned with filewidget contents which makes
> > sense. But I also see that we now have two toolbars - one with buttons
> > another one with breadcrumbs widget. The upper toolbar is almost empty in
> > the middle and breadcrumbs widget just wastes precious vertical space.
> > does mean that there's much less space left for the useful information
> > (like the list of files). Why don't we put the breadcrumbs back to the
> > toolbar?
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