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[proposition] file management UI #5

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Kwpolska opened this Issue Sep 22, 2012 · 0 comments

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Kwpolska commented Sep 22, 2012

requires: magic, qt/ncurses (ranger is in python, this might be of use)

NOTE: don’t forget that ncurses = pure evil!

UPDATE: ranger uses ncurses...

MOCKUP (also exists in a qt designer .ui file on my local machine):

+-----------------------------------------------------------------------+
| o o o                         Trashman                                |
| File [Move Empty Restore Delete Quit] Backends [] Help [Online About] |
| | /// |                    Trashman  v1.10                            |
| | /// |   **1 item**                                                  |
| | /// | ↓                 Copyright © 2011-2012 Kwpolska.             |
| | /// |   666.0 MB                                                    |
| \_____/                     Backend [ backend               ↓ ] [...] |
|                                                                       |
| +-------------------+-----------+-------------------+---------------+ |
| | File              | Size      | Original Location | Date Deleted  | |
| +-------------------+-----------+-------------------+---------------+ |
| | > .gnome          | 666.0 MB  | /home/kwpolska/   | 2012-08-28T…  | |
| | > WINDOWS         | 6666.0 MB | /media/windows/   | 2038-01-19T…  | |
| +-------------------+-----------+-------------------+---------------+ |
| [ Move to Trash ]     [ Empty ]            [ Restore ]     [ Delete ] |
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------+

(that fancy thing in the top-left is a trash icon. And the arrow next to it
opens a menu, just like the [...] next to the backend combo box.)

@Kwpolska Kwpolska closed this Nov 9, 2013

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