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Hi Paulo!

Am Samstag, den 12.03.2011, 13:59 -0300 schrieb Paulo José:
Hi Christoph, all,

Yeah, It's that what I mean by icons replacing text buttons. Much better 
to my eyes. The icons [1] for the Selecition Mode are actually great. 
But I can't locate the Inser Mode icon or text. Was you proposing remove 
it? If yes, I admit to like a lot the idea, since the Insert Mode 
feedback is given by the Text Indicator (that thing marking the text 
position, I'm not sure about the name) inline.

Mmh, I don't really remember whether this had been my "plan" ... but
this might still be one of the less important information.

I just wanna see your Selection Mode in a float menu showed by clicking 
on the mouse's right button and swithing directly the mode by the 
mouse's left button click.

For another item, I drafted a drop-down (in the case of the statusbar,
this might rather be a drop-up) menu. This could also be applied to the
selection mode as well - although it will get harder to compare the
different modes quickly.

Great additions! May you give the SVG file of these icons? I know... 3 
years are a while, but I had to ask. :-)

And I had to upload ;-)

Sorry, this file is in a real draft state with unused stuff inside ...

Thanks for this nice discussion and the great ideas!


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