Hi Ricardo, all!
Ricardo, thanks for summarizing the proposals. Some of them have real
EasyHack quality, I think. I added some behavioral description to 36308
(the first one).
Since I don't know better (as well), I also forward your mail to the
developer list. Maybe they can suggest how to handle that - e.g.
additionally adding it to the EasyHacks list in the wiki.
Dear developers, the proposals address Navigator functionality ...
Am Samstag, den 16.04.2011, 22:33 +0200 schrieb RGB ES:
2011/4/13 RGB ES <email@example.com>:
I made a quick draft summarizing the discussion on this thread:
I reduced everything to three proposals:
- Change the tree view behaviour
- Reorganizing the way on which the info is presented (i.e. Christoph mock-up)
- My crazy idea about "drag-n-drop cross-references"
About adding this to the list of easy hacks... well, I'm not sure
*where* and, more important, I have no idea of the "needed skills" for
Not knowing which is the best place on the "easy hacks" page to put
these ideas, I filled three separated feature requests on Bugzilla:
[UI]Change behaviour for "tree view" on Writer's Navigator
[UI]Better interface for Navigator's tree-view
[EDITING]"Insert cross-reference" drag-n-drop mode for navigator
feel free to comment (and implement! ;) ) them.
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