[Scribus] User-interface design
Wed Feb 6 15:00:23 CET 2008
2008/2/6, Gregory Pittman <gpittman at iglou.com>:
> Cedric Sagne wrote:
> > I hardly ever need to insert Unicode (thanks for the F12 tip), but I
> > agree with the point that it seems Ctrl-Shift-u has been adopted widely
> > and that following the crowd makes sense sometimes.
> I see software that appears to have an obsession with setting keyboard
> shortcuts and it ends up being rather dizzying to try to keep track,
> plus ends up with all sorts of F-key codes that have no intuitive sense.
What I do think Scribus could use would be a more robust list of
> *possible* actions for which shortcuts could be set.
I strongly agree.
I notice that for
> one, the 'Insert Unicode Character' is not a settable action, and
> furthermore, F12 has been co-opted in 1.3.5svn to toggle palettes (and
> still no ability to set another code for inserting a unicode character).
> It would be nice to allow people to set Ctrl+Shift+U if they so wished.
> These things are all fodder for the GUI suggestions page on the wiki.
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