On Mon, Mar 25, 2013 at 9:45 AM, Issa Alkurtass <firstname.lastname@example.org>wrote:
Hello Mirek, Kévin,
Mirek M. wrote on March 24, 2013 12:47 PM:
>Perhaps this makes more sense for RTL cultures?
New on the right makes more sense to me, not only because of the way my
culture draws time, but
also because it's more typical to have the constant part at the beginning
and the variable part at
No, I've always used standard/LTR interfaces :)
In pretty much every other program current is on top and old is on
bottom. Thus the logical precedence is current then old, hence current on
the left and old on the right.
If you open 'Tools > Options > Colors > Edit' you will even see that it is
currently implemented that way.
Alright, I guess I'm fine either way.
Ironically, though, "Tools > Options > Colors" shows the old color on top
and new on the bottom.
One other thing I took away from the Edit dialog: there are no "Old"/"New"
labels and it's perfectly usable nevertheless.
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