jani.monoses at gmail.com
Tue May 2 06:09:53 UTC 2006
> Hi Jani,
> Take a look at the following screenshot.
> What I thought is that this should be the normal state of the application
> button. After all the purpous of the button is to provide a visual clue to
> the user that this is the menu. Perhaps giving some background color to it
> to make it stick out even further. Something like the windows start or the
> kde menu buttons. Those buttons are unmistakable at any state. Currently,
> xubuntu has no visual clue in the normal state that there is a button there.
> What do you think?
Right currently there's no visual clue, but the same goes for all laucnher
on the panel. Or menus in other applications.
It's also the case with ubuntu/gnome menu. Having it highlighted may give
the impression that is already selected and active no?
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