[scribus] focusing on what has been undone
jacella at gmail.com
Fri Oct 31 20:11:45 UTC 2014
Stop this crazy thing!
*Jeffrey Alan Cella*
*J A C E N T E R P R I S E S / J A C P R O D U C T I O N S*
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On Fri, Oct 31, 2014 at 10:48 AM, ale rimoldi <a.l.e at ideale.ch> wrote:
>> 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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