5 years ago
Under dev. review
A neat idea, but it’s a paradigm so radically different from today’s standards, that it would require a complete revamping of the user interface (not that it had not been tried unsuccessfully from time to time in CS). @Hugh-HH is probably right: me neither wouldn’t like to live inside a computer ;-)
While this is only a neat optical effect (in my eyes)
- a link "Books" or "Music" should be clear enough, and fast to access -,
why don't you use the emblems provided?
I demote the idea.
If I wish to look at a book shelf I turn my chair around, there it is. Real life is real life, and computer is computer for me.
I would be cool with this, but it would probably require a completely different file manager, since that job is currently spread between several different file managers, depending on which edition of Mint you're using (Cinnamon=Nemo, MATE=Caja, KDE=Dolphin, XFCE=Thunar), which is a fairly large project.
This idea sounds kind of nice. I am a little hesitant as to if the benefit outweighs the implementation effort and how this should be configured as to not be too complicated.