Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 104741
A Prettier GUI Environment
Last modified: 2007-04-18 12:57:40 EDT
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I have seen the new Bluecurve interface, and it is pretty good. But, I think
that to make it better, you should animate it more, like Mac OS X and Windows
XP. And more responsive, like when in XP you move the cursor over the button
on the taskbar, or the 3 on the right, they highlight. Also, I've noticed that
the panel doesn't match the design of the rest of Bluecurve.
Other suggested improvements are:
1. Sharp, clean, bold anti-aliased fonts.
2. Rounded. (Like XP and OS X)
3. Glossy, shiny soft colored icons (You're doing a pretty good job already.)
Hope that helped. :)
XFree86 doesn't contain the panel component, that is part of the desktop
environment you are using. Reassigning to "distribution" component as that
is more appropriate if you're not sure the specific component involved in
a problem or request.
Thanks for the suggestion.
I'm gonna just close this bug as NOTABUG. It just doesn't help us manage what
work on (which bugzilla is for).
We already do our best to make the desktop look nice. If there is a *specific*
proposal you have (such as a freely distributable, Sharp, clean, bold
anti-aliased font that we don't ship), please open a specific bug for that.