Unity and Classic
immerohnegott at gmail.com
Thu Dec 1 16:52:57 UTC 2011
This isn't a bad idea either. At least having the filters already onscreen
would make things a little more usable. I would wager a lot of people don't
readily correlate the phrase "Filter Results" with "Application
Categories", or just don't see the dropdown.
Further on this topic, instead of a rigid set of default apps, what about
moving the Frequently Used section from the Apps lens into the home lens?
With this in place, the Frequently Used section in the Apps lens would be
redundant. That could be removed, and with the filters already onscreen
things would be roughly as streamlined as a classic-style menu.
On Thu, Dec 1, 2011 at 11:28 AM, Sebastien Bacher <seb128 at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> Le 01/12/2011 17:11, Matt Alexander a écrit :
>> I don't like it because I can't find the most common apps anymore. I
>> used to be able to navigate through the Applications menu using general
>> categories like Graphics, Games, Sound & Video, etc.
> Is the issue there only the number of click to display the application
> lens with the installed applications not reduced to the default 1 line and
> with the filters on the side? This cycle Unity should make it things a bit
> easier there by:
> - letting you add lenses icons directly to the launcher, if you access
> often the application one you could get it there
> - remember some of the dash settings cross sessions
> Would you be happy with the application lens if it opened directly from
> the launcher with filters already on screen and the list unfolded for you?
> Sebastien Bacher
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