[scribus] focusing on what has been undone

ale rimoldi a.l.e at ideale.ch
Fri Oct 31 14:48:27 UTC 2014

> Þann þri 28.okt 2014 18:40, skrifaði mt:
>> On 28/10/14 at 4:15 PM, ale.comp_06 at xox.ch (a.l.e) wrote:
>>> ...
>>> i'd like to remind you that the initial request was about somebody
>>> writing a specificiation on how the undo should visually behave when
>>> the users undoes her last action.
>> Just joined this mailing list and I am totally new to Scribus. Also, I'm
>> not a programmer/developer, so not sure whether this list is where I
>> might be able to ask for help as a Scribus user...
> Quite right, sometimes one may wonder - but this is the mailinglist 
> for normal 'mortal' users.
> Thing is that many of the Scribus devs are also subscribed to this 
> list, thus sometimes discussions tend to go overboard and into some 
> level of programming technicalities.
> I think it's a good thing for both users and developers.
> Best regards,
> Sveinn í Felli

on the other side, this is one of the nice things in free software: even 
as a mortal user, if you want it, you can do that small step that makes 
an übermensch out of you, one that is able to participate and start 
discussions that at the end produces our -- and now a little bit your 
own! -- program.

... and you don't even have to be skilled in coding to do that :-)

eh eh, of course it's not that easy to do that step, and nobody is 
forced to do it nor want to do it!

enjoy, relax, and let flow through the threads that you don't understand!


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