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Zahri Kahoor | Sunday, July 29, 2012 | |

                                                                        

                                                                         BumpTop is a desktop environment that simulates the normal behavior and physical properties of a real-world desk and enhances it with automatic tools to organize its contents. It is aimed at stylus interaction, making it more suitable for tablet computers and handheld PCs. It was created at the University of Toronto as Anand Agarawala's master's thesis. Anand Agarawala also gave a

 

presentation at the TED conference about his idea. The 1.0 version was released on April 8, 2009, along with a fully featured pro version as a paid upgrade. On April 30, 2010 the author announced that BumpTop was being discontinued and that they were taking the software "in an exciting new direction." Two days later, it was announced that the company had been acquired by Google. On January 5, 2011, Google released a sneak preview video of Android 3.0 Honeycomb showing a 3D desktop with features purportedly taken from BumpTop.
In BumpTop, documents are represented as three-dimensional boxes lying on a virtual desk. The user can position the boxes on the desk using the stylus or mouse. Extensive use of physics effects like bumping and tossing is applied to documents when they interact, for a more realistic experience. Boxes can be stacked with well-defined gestures. Multiple selection is performed by means of a LassoMenu, which fluidly combines in one stroke the act of lasso selection and action invocation via pie menus. BumpTop currently supports Windows XP, Vista, and 7, and a version for Mac OS X was released into private beta on January 18, 2010. The Mac edition omits the pie menu in favor of a more normal selection menu.
The software installer and the application phone home. While the download page on the official website does state: "Internet connection required for activation", this may not appear in other sources such as Cnet. There is no explicit dialog box asking the user to confirm this connection at the time it is required.
BumpTop automatically updates to the latest version.

BumpTop Keyboard Shortcuts


  • [F1] System Information
    • BumpTop Version, Graphics Card Details
  • [F2] Rename Selected Item
  • [F3] BumpTop Debugging Data Toggle
    • Frames Per Second, Average FPS, Max Average FPS, # Bump Objects, # Actors, # Piles
  • Start+D    Bring BumpTop to Front, when behind other windows.  
  • Ctrl+Q     Pile selected Objects
  • Alt+F4     Exit (Close BumpTop)
  • Ctrl+R     Grid Align selected items
  • Ctrl+T     Sort All Selected Items by Type (or all objects if nothing is selected)
  • Ctrl+P     New Sticky-Note
  • Ctrl+A     Select All Objects
  • Ctrl+S     Shrink Selected Object(s)
  • Ctrl+G     Grow Selected Object(s)
  • Ctrl+F     Search Within Filenames
  • Ctrl+L     Infinite Desktop Toggle
  • Ctrl+X     Cut Selected Object(s)
  • Ctrl+C     Copy Selected Object(s)
  • Ctrl+V     Paste Selected Object(s)
  • Enter       Launch the selection
  • Delete     Delete the selection
  • Shift+Delete     Delete the selection without confirmation
  • Shift, Shift     Bring up the LassoMenu 

     Slideshow Controls

  • Double-Click on any image to invoke
  • Up (with images selected)                Enables slideshow mode on the selected image 
  • Left (while in slideshow mode)          Move to the previous image
  • Right (while in slideshow mode)        Move to the next image
  • Down (while in slideshow mode)       Exit the slideshow
     Pile Controls 
  • Left (with a stacked/flipped pile selected)     Flip the pile   
  • Right (with a stacked/flipped pile selected)   Unflip the pile
  • Down (with a stacked/flipped pile selected)  Close the flipped pile



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