[Scribus] Scribus useability
Thu Jan 31 08:57:07 CET 2008
S B wrote:
> In every case, when I learned a new program, from Wordperfect to Word to
> CorelDraw to Publisher to InDesign to Scribus, and from Lotus to Excel,
> Excel to Filemaker, I have had to learn a new interface, new commands,
> new ways of doing things. I think all of us would like to have an end
> to constant name changes for commands, places on the toolbars, and
> different ways of doing things.
Not necessarily. I'd hate to be running Scribus through the Wordperfect
> That's never happened, and it's
> unlikely to happen in the future.
And it would kill the evolution of user interfaces stone dead if it ever
Apart from which, in some parts of the commercial world, intellectual
property issues may be preventing some UI platforms sharing 'look and feel'.
John Beardmore, MSc EDM (Open), B.A. Chem (Oxon), CMIOSH, AIEMA, MEI
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