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Libre Office Mockup 2 Unity

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ok, i read the comments on my first mockup on omgubuntu [link] (thx for featuring it btw) and i decided to make an new mockup which fits into unity and combines the old GUI and a Ribbon-like GUI.

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M$ Office
Google Docs
Chromium Browser
This mockup [link]

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shifat96's avatar
I like it and it seems like a great idea. But for me, this mockup looks similar to Photoshop.

Great Job!
M4rtin1977's avatar
how do you get libre office to look like this?
x11tete11x's avatar
read the description... it's a mockup...
M4rtin1977's avatar
how do you get libreoffice to look like this?
DrDeathscythe's avatar
It should be an official addon for libreoffice, Great Job
ScionicSpectre's avatar
ScionicSpectreProfessional Digital Artist
It could use some tweaking, but I think it's a bit more presentable than the current style. According to the newer user study and polls done for Libre Office, things should be changing quite a bit, soon. A lot of the work going on now is with refinements and cleaning under the hood, so it may be a few years still before we see much of a change in the layout.
conwaytwt's avatar
I like the overall style of this, though I would have to see it on my 800x600 netbook to get a good sense of whether it might work out.
madjunir's avatar
really good, many good concepts lately, but this the most realistic and integrated so far, am sure the devs will take a few hints for their upcoming versions :)
Bryce-Photo's avatar
Bryce-PhotoHobbyist Photographer
I really think that's a good idiea.
tushantin's avatar
tushantinProfessional General Artist
P.S.: Another idea would be to have optional Panel at the left/right (like I said, "optional") which shows a list of recent documents or compilation of documents within a folder in order to cycle through or open them in new tabs. You know, similar to Opera's Bookmark panel. If you don't want the panel you can just click on a button at the bottom right/left to hide it.
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tushantinProfessional General Artist
WTFish! I like THIS more than the ribbon interface! XD I must say I dig the tabs-on-doc idea (although this idea was already implemented in Lotus Symphony). It'd be awesome if Libre-Office considered this.
usrnametaken's avatar
i will try to make this an official proposal on the Document Foundation wiki page, maybe they will implement something of this xD
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tushantinProfessional General Artist
XDDD I hope they do. When that happens, I'm gonna kick Openoffice off my Netbook. Hello, Libre!

Thank you very much! =D You've no idea what a lifesaver this design could be assuming they do consider it. The only reason I've never skipped to Lotus Symphony 3 is because some folks tell me it's slow.
pauloup's avatar
Hi! Very cool and polished, I didnt seen you made a new mockup before I made mine. It's really great, both ideas and composite! Beautiful work! The tabs feature it's something I've thought about include it in my mockup too, but I don't know how allow you can see two (or more) documents at the same time (something I usually need at work, putting them side by side). Then I prefered to keep it simple without tabs. But it's a helpful feature! :D
usrnametaken's avatar
yea i saw your mockups a few minutes ago too. here is a nice solution for having 2 documents side by side with tabs, it's called "locked tabs" [link]
pauloup's avatar
Great tip! Thank you for it, I think would not be hard to adapt Locked Tabs in my mockup, would just add a new horizontal bar when two docs are opened. :)
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