[Scribus] Splitting up the properties palette? (was: scribus 220.127.116.11 spin-box)
Fri Oct 14 13:44:26 CEST 2005
On 14 Oct 2005 9:52 Benjamin Green wrote:
> > Hi Gustavo,
> >>> And while I am at it: In case the properties palette can be saved,
> >>> I would like to suggest getting somehow back to the layout as it
> >>> is in 1.2x with the respective items (X,Y,Z, Text etc.) on top of
> >>> the palette. This is much more effective and user friendly than
> >>> the current layout, at least in my personal view.
> > 150 % agreed :-)
> > The eye having to travel up and down across the dialog to find the
> > next subject is a bit ridiculous after some time. I cannot get used
> > to know by heart where the next item will be. It would be much more
> > practical to have them all collected at one place. Why not choose
> > ordinary tabs like in so many programs, all aligned at the top of
> > the dialogs?
> > And I would regret very much the palette being distributed to a
> > number of single palettes.
Agree also, but why not preselect the appropriate Tab/Windows
according to the task you do? When creating/moving textframes you
normaly use the tab with coordinates. When editing text, you normally
use the text properties. What do you think about this?
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