Kamil Paral píše v Pá 20. 04. 2012 v 03:49 -0400:
> On Thu, 2012-04-19 at 16:24 -0600, Chris Murphy wrote:
> > That is obscure UI design, and therefore doesn't resolve the
> > current
> > UI obscurity. So I see very little efficacy in the idea.
> To contribute something positive here, I went ahead and implemented
> 'oscurity'. See attached.
I tried that out. For some reason the notification doesn't pop up after I run the
program, is that intended? You have to open the overview mode to view an icon in bottom
right and then click that icon to see the message. I created a screenshot gallery here
(using time order):
Currently that is obscure the same way the current dash launcher is. We would need at
least to pop up that notification right after logging in, and then hide the notification
if users clicks on it (outside the Install button). Ideally it should be clear that the
button is still available to the user even if I dismiss the notification (I'm not sure
how to do that). Another question is what happens if user doesn't dismiss it, what
about other notifications, do they just queue and don't show up?
So if I understand it correctly instead of having an icon in the dash we
have the same icon, but smaller, in the systray where it is hidden even
Am I the only one who doesn't see any improvement in this solution?
The notification is nice, but the only job it does is that it says the
live system is installable. It really doesn't help the user find out how
to install it. Users familiar with the concept of GNOME 3 might get a
clue and look for it in the systray, but I think we're not fixing this
problem for them. We're fixing it for those who are rather new to Fedora
and GNOME 3.