Can we* prettyplease do something about the KUrlNavigator?
MathStuf at gmail.com
Fri Jun 19 19:48:42 BST 2009
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Martin T. Sandsmark wrote:
> On Thursday 18. June 2009 10:10:13 Frank Reininghaus wrote:
>> I've always thought that the way this is handled in GTK is
quite nice (look
>> at Nautilus for example): There's a button showing a sheet
of paper and a
>> pen in front of the URL navigator. When it's pushed, the
>> from breadcrumb to line-edit mode. The button keeps its
"pushed" look until
>> it's clicked again, at which point the navigator switches
>> breadcrumb mode.
> Heh, thanks, I never found/understood that before now, this
actually makes the
> firefox file dialog usable. :-)
> I would rather suggest something like the current “edit-
> (/usr/share/icons/oxygen/48x48/actions/edit-rename.png here).
Not sure if this is just the one app, but I doubt it. I was
using that train wreck today and it auto completes without
triggers. Ended up with /usr/sr /usr/share/are and
/usr/share/X11/11 because I wasn't expecting the completion.
It's not really that much better since I'm doubling keypresses
with bksp. I imagine changing this "feature" is either manual
GConf hacking or non-existent since I don't have control-center
FWIW, I don't really like the line-of-buttons approach as GNOME
does it...looks blocky and out of place IMHO. Something more
streamlined that looks more "together" would be better. I
really like the mockups that were done.
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