two ideas better than one idea, look at how these images look like
I am an Ubuntu user since 2008, now the desktop that I use is Mate, I love it and it is my favorite, I have Ubuntu phone since February 2015, the constant unstable updates and some details of the system made it change to Android, I'm delighted that the system go ahead and improve on some things, add Android App to Ubuntu touch was a great idea. It will change things for the better. but if you do not put the back buttons and stop at the bottom bar because it is easier to use with your fingers, it would be a total backlog. look at the bottom buttons of uappexplorer, interesting ....
Good night, I like the dark windows, I show you some details of how Ubuntu MATE has those buttons, I think they are nice ,
it's possible you'll see another point of seeing it.
If you try to change the color #b2b2b2b2 to another gray #8a8885, it looks better having the letters in white,
Also by topic of the phone
@hummlbach I think that developers should make a meeting, talk about it and decide a format, at least on the first screen, in any desktop app you see the 3 buttons close, minimize and large screen, or you also see in the second line File, Edit, View History, Bookmarks ........... everything in order, but that can be discussed later on another topic ..
an idea that has crossed my mind is to slide the arrow up the apps come out, could be put in differentiated order or adding more screens :
1º apps of Ut
2nd apps of Anbox
3rd Apps of Libertine
is a suggestion of mine,
Hi guys, I love the new Sprint design, a step forward that I can see well in the case of any change, and gives the user the ability to change the home screen, a fresh view of the home screen. We can put a family photo without the icons blocking it.
We could add widgets as well, but there are two things that are missing in this change: the current white background is horrible, I think it's better to put the Ubuntu colors or add transparency at least, and something that I think UT is lacking is that developers shouldn't place the buttons in any place they want, you must promote a set of design rules to make the system homogeneous. I particularly like the lower button for everything, or an arrow pointing upwards, like in the youtube app for example, although there are people who like more the traditional way, the buttons in the top area, whatever the choice, all applications treated equally.
I think it would be a good time for a change. Sorry for my english...thank you Bhdouglass for your dedication and hard work.
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