[scribus] Organizing the workspace display OR possible intuitive self help while not annoying those who know more
bclep at hotmail.com
Fri Dec 17 17:53:07 CET 2010
On Fri, 17 Dec 2010 08:34:16 -0800, a.l.e <ale.comp_06 at xox.ch> wrote:
> hi peter,
>> Let me rephrase your question: HOW could anybody switch to Scribus if
>> it behaves completely different from other programs?
> by learning how scribus works.
> the same way as i had to learn a completely different language to be
> able to talk to you.
> but i don't think you've meant the question seriously.
> so, please, reread my mail: i don't want scribus to behave completely
> differently, i just want scribus not copy bad ways of doing from other
> programs for the only reason that many people are used to it.
> that's it.
> and if you copy bad ways of doing, at least make it optional.
I am always for different, people who are anal about spelling a word in
only one way drive me crazy. But, that said, a similarity in GUI,s and
tooltips can shorten the learning curve when working with new software.
Somewhere along the way in the development of Lucid Lynx, Canonical put
the three window control buttons on the left side. It drove people crazy.
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