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Squeeze Rebound by DanRabbit Squeeze Rebound by DanRabbit
This is a rebound of [link]

I really loved this mockup by ~nookienoq and wanted to play with it a little bit. The concept is just so dead simple, I love it.


mistakes I need to correct:
* on the bottom left window there should be a "back" button and the option to password protect the archive.
* The archive icon in the top left window should be open since it hasn't been packed yet.
* Possibly add an "add file" button?
* Back/forward controls and/or breadcrumbs for navigating compressed dirs?
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anpep Dec 14, 2013  Student Artist
Awesome! But I think that maximize/fullscreen button is useless in all of the dialogs :P
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:icontotoro19:
A button in order to add a file (like the drag file here, but smaller with a + instead of the archive icon) would look great after the last file of the second image (flash in this case).

I'm not sure if you should add a "add file button" on the first image, maybe just open a file explorer if the user clic on the window.
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:iconademalsasa:
Dan, is elementaryOS will have its own CPU-Z? Or something like PC Wizard? I suggest the name for it later: Hardy.

:D

I like your mockup designs all.
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:iconbishopbladez:
This looks awesome, but are those icons in the top right supposed to be like that? Or in actual usage would "TextFile" and stuff like that be replaced with the actual filename? Also, make a mockup of what it looks like when you're browsing an archive. :)
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rodrigoDSCT Mar 12, 2012  Hobbyist Interface Designer
I would change the progress bar, but the rest is OK for me.
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TehSofaWolf Jan 25, 2012
Love it. Keep up the great work ^^
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:iconrapido3011:
I liek the minimal progress bar :)
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kumaraatish Nov 4, 2011
This is a great idea, I think it should be made.
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:iconvictorlapin:
I have implemented this concept for Windows, have a look at [link]
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kumaraatish Oct 21, 2011
I hope someone makes this.
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