Am Sonntag, den 16.12.2007, 13:36 -0900 schrieb Jeff Spaleta:
On Dec 16, 2007 10:50 AM, Stewart Adam <s.adam(a)diffingo.com>
> As well, I've got 29 applications listed under 'System Tools'. I
> understand that not everyone does because it obviously depends on which
> packages you have installed, but many entries do similar tasks
> (Terminal, Konsole, Konsole Super User Mode). A lot of space could be
> saved by putting them into a submenu.
submenus... by default for all usage cases? I don't think this makes
any sense at all.
Good point. But why must a user choose a category in order to find an
application? Surely a menu is only useful if the user doesn't know what
the application is called. Surely an app can be in multiple categories?
I'm not a fan of hunting through menus. It makes no sense to me that my
(Evolution) address book is under the "Internet" menu, but my calendar
is under "Office".
Perhaps we should look for a different approach.