Pedro píše v Čt 14. 11. 2013 v 09:11 -0800:
In general - if you think we should rather stick to the old
accelerators, please let me know, I'll change them back :-) - though I
think changing the Ctrl+
is usually a problem, the Alt
ones that navigate you through the dialog less so, but I
may be wrong.
Given that these keys have been in use for more than a decade, I think it's
safer to stick to the old combinations. If you change it, the people who
always used it (2?) will complain.
If there was an obvious advantage in changing I would vote for a change.
It looked ugly when Open was the first on the screen, and did not have
an underlined O, that was all :-) I'd say - let's change only Open, and
revert back if we get complaints during the Beta phase...
I'm sorry, my confusion. Tools is still there. But what about the option to
View the Toolbar? Unless the idea is to get rid of the toolbar...
If not, then maybe add an option under Tools > Customize > Toolbars tab >
Check box for "Display toolbar in Start Center"?
Yes, that was the plan, not to allow to show the toolbars in the
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