Comment 8 for bug 386150

Actually, the icons are the same size! I only turned off the labels,
removed some elements, and moved others around.

On Jun 11, 2009, at 20:12, Vadim Peretokin <email address hidden> wrote:

>> Personally, I don't agree with the "lets bypass the gnome default
>> for a
>> toolbar" idea. I don't find it very comfortable, and leave the
>> icons +
>> labels in for a reason.
> I was referring to the fact that the mockup bypasses the gnome
> default of
> big icons + text and instead uses small icon, no text.
> New users have trouble navigating a browser too - it shouldn't be
> held as
>> the perfection of usability in navigation. Adjustments are still
>> being done
>> to it in the current day even (ie, the bigger 'back' button in
>> firefox 3.0)
> Was referring to, as it's implied here, the web browser standard:
> + 1. Back, forward, up, stop, reload, home, zoom, a location bar
> --
> + these are the same controls available in my web browser that I
> know and
> + love. Why do they look so different here? They take up so much more
> + space, and they occupy two toolbars where my web browser needs
> only one.
> Nothing personal, just my comments on the proposed design.
> Personally I feel that the issues identifies might not be applicable
> to all
> users and a proper usability study should be conducted beforehand.
> Remember
> that even the best interface designer is biased ;)
> --
> Nautilus file browser toolbar is complicated, redundant, and ugly
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