Who are the best (most innovative, most polished, most competent) designers of user experiences on various Linux platforms? Similarly, what Linux-based programs or application do an excellent job on UI/UX? [more inside]
ISO Python IDE. Edit code on one side of the screen. Run code on other. That's it. [more inside]
I need to find a windows management replacement for DM2 that is compatible with Win 7 and Win 8/8.1. [more inside]
I accidentally added a line of source for Utopic to sources.list. And later my system can't get into GUI. While trying to fix the problem I accidentally typed in command sudo apt-get update and sudo apt-get upgrade. So tragedy happened: my system was upgraded to 14.10 utopic daily built! which I don't want! what's worse, becuase it was upgrading from 12.10 to 14.10, a lot of dependency can't resolve, and many services stopped working. The worst thing is, I still can't get into GUI. What should I do for this circurmstance? I'm a newbie in Linux/Unix. Thank you very much!!!
The headache of distributing python GUI-based applications has finally driven me to consider switching to another language. Is Java a good alternative for ulcer-free distribution of GUI-based applications? [more inside]
The computer reservation system that airline personnel at airports use to rebook flights for customers, change seats, and so on seem markedly slower than when the customer uses the internet to pick a seat, or book or change a flight. Why is that? [more inside]
I've got some old laptops I want to breathe new life into by installing linux on them and choosing a performant window manager. Whether its GNOME or KDE or any other GUI though, theres something very je ne sais quoi about the way they look that I can't get over. Even ubuntu's unity interface has it.. I can't quite put my finger on what it is exactly. Its the way the text looks, the way the buttons and windows look.. menus.. its kind of everything. Does anyone know what I mean? help me understand what it is exactly i'm referring to.. in other words, why can mac os and windows look so slick but linux always kind of looks like shit?
I want to read about Augmented Reality. Tech developments IRL; techno-utopian / transhuman dreams, and hard-fought aspirations; and any sci-fictional dystopian nightmares you know of. [more inside]
I've been writing python software with Tkinter GUIs as a hobby for a while, but for the first time, I've made a some pieces of code that a few other people want to use. Unfortunately, I've been really frustrated by attempts to distribute the software because of incompatibility with Tcl/Tk installations on computers I'm distributing the software to. I'm on a Mac, and I'm distributing to other Macs at this point. [more inside]
Wireless no longer working after upgrade to Ubuntu's Precise Pangolin. I've got just enough knowledge to be confused. Please explain what to do like I'm 5 years old. [more inside]
What should I use to write a quick little front end to access a bunch of R programs? [more inside]
Do you have good examples of WYSIWYG / GUI based editors for User Interface or App design? [more inside]
Is there an open source or shareware program like Quickjump? allowing jumping to a folder with a few keystrokes? [more inside]
I'm writing a program in Python using Tkinter for GUI stuff. How can I pass data back from my buttons to the logic of my program? [more inside]
Help me find a good IDE for gui development in Java. [more inside]
Where can I find an exhaustive list of possible userChrome.css selectors for Firefox (especially FF4)? [more inside]
I want to be able to throw together a simple application that will allow me to visually play around with R-Trees. What's the most accessible (read: easy, quick) way for me to be able to do this? [more inside]
Is there any calendar and/or scheduling software that looks attractive? [more inside]
Can you advise me on creating my research tool? Do you know a way to turn outilnes into interactive menus on the Web? How about on a mobile device ? Is there an app that is for iPhone apps what Dreamweaver is for Web sites? [more inside]
What are some examples of tiny user interface changes that had a huge effect on usability? [more inside]
What is the easiest to use Python GUI? [more inside]
Are there good classes for web GUI architecture? [more inside]
What is your favorite free html/css gui editor? [more inside]
Which Python GUI framework is right for someone new to GUI programming? But who may also aspire to open source community (linux) development/involvement? Cross platform, wonderful documentation/tutorials, and cruft-free new technology are also welcome. [more inside]
What does the phrase "in the gooey" mean? [more inside]
UI design: does usable == logical? [more inside]
I am a soon-to-be high school senior interested in Java programming. I bought the Core Java Volume 1 book authored by Sun engineers. I believe I have unzipped, or decompressed, however it's said, the Library Source Code and Documentation using the command line. However, when I look at the folders using the GUI, the folder says it's still zipped. I'm a complete newbie at this who just recently learned about the existence of the command and read a little about how to use it on the internet. Can somebody help me?
Is there a visual, gui database browser that would let me select a data field and show value of data field in a different table that is referenced by first data field? [more inside]
I just watched the Angels & Demons movie starring Tom Hanks. The first part takes place at the CERN collider, and shows many very cool and stylish computer graphics on the screens of the operators. Where can I find more about these GUIs? Are they real, or just movie glitz?
existing python ADT structures within available libraries that are efficient at tagging schemas? [more inside]
CertificationFilter: Help our web/graphic design team find appropriate certification's for our field.
CertificationFilter: Help our web/graphic design team find appropriate certification's for our field. [more inside]
Seeking some direction in learning C for a project. [more inside]
Where can I find books, tutorials, code samples, etc for learning real world professional GUI design? [more inside]
I am looking for a varient of Rogue/Nethack/Slash'em/Angband/Whatever with a GUI. I don't want the fancy 3d Falcon's eye. I would prefer tiled, but its not necessary. I have been playing Powder on my DS and PC over the last few days (after coming across it via the latest "What can I do with my DS thread"), and its exactly what I want, but I feel its lacking in depth. [more inside]
Visual Studio for the confused: I've inherited a C#/ASPX Net 1.1 application from what appears to have been some fairly low-skill software developers. The language, systems environment, and cleaning up the software itself aren't problems, but what the hell am I supposed to do with all this IDE stuff? I need learning resources. [more inside]
I want to go into graphical user interface design. What type of college program should I investigate? What type of careers are available? Can I make good money in this field but still have free time, or is it like any other programming job with long hours?
Recommend the best advanced-level Java Swing and AWT reference books you know of. [more inside]
How do I prevent flicker in my .NET app? [more inside]
Are there resources available that provide information about the intuitiveness of various user interface elements to various demographics? [more inside]
What software can I use to design sounds for a user interface? [more inside]
Is it possible to trim Vista Breadcrumb sections so that the breadcrumb bar doesn't clip off most of the path in long titles? I.e. anything over say, 10 characters gets cropped, so that long paths can be shown? Also, is there a way to fix the glitchy second row of tabs in firefox? I want the second row of tabs to have the same height as the first, so that graphics don't go all screwy.
I'm wondering if anyone knows how I might resolve an issue with exporting my X session to a Windows box over SSH. It . . . sort of works, but the vital parts of this particular GUI aren't visible, and I think I've tried every Windows X server known to man. [more inside]
How can I change the default size for the "show all" window of a spotlight search in Leopard (Mac OS 10.5.2)? It always opens a window that is way too small, and unlike Finder windows, it's so dynamic that I can't seem to retain any changes to size from one search to the next. Help!
MYSQL question: I want to develop simple input form for our internal office MYSQL. We need to attach files to our product information. I'm using OO, but it doesn't deal with BLOBs what other software could I use to create forms to our database? [more inside]
How do I set up a file server on a PC w/ dynamicIP and a client web GUI? [more inside]
I'm an experienced programmer that wants to start using XCode create some GUI applications. I am looking for a good book (or books) to get me started. Look for [more inside]
I'm working on what I think will be a GUI application and need some advise on framework friendly with Macintosh OS X, that won't drive me crazy. (Long description of what I've looked at inside.) [more inside]
Looking for resources on specific programming topics, with a particular teaching methodology (basically, applied examples and real-world walkthroughs). Some of the topics are C#-specific. Some are more general, but would preferably be taught from a C# (or at least .NET) perspective. [more inside]
Do you know of any examples where facial animation is used as a medical biofeedback interface? [more inside]
Making Firefox behave like a Mac application... [more inside]
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