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2013/12/27 Mirek M. <>

Hi Cor, Pedro,

2013/12/24 Cor Nouws <>

Pedro wrote (14-12-13 10:12)
Jan Holesovsky-4 wrote
- Thumbnails
  I considerably increased their size, and improved their drawing
  algorithm to antialias the pictures.  Also for the files that have no
  thumbnail, I made it look like the icon is on a piece of paper; looks
  much more consistently when there are more documents open.

This reduces even more the number of available items (only 6?)... It was
already hugely reduced by removing the tabs...
I think it makes the Recent Documents irrelevant...

I agree. With applauding for the many improvements, but also with the
criticism on the thumbnails size.

 - I see in 4.2.0 beta there are 10 thumbnails on one line. And room for
4 to 5 lines. Those thumbnails are a bit small.

 - In 4.2.0 RC1 there are 4 thumbnails on one line and only two lines
visible. Really way too large.

Something as 7 to 8 thumbnails on one line would be best, IMO.

Keep in mind that:
* The number of thumbnails per line depends on the window size.
* This window will usually be full-screen, given that it transforms into
* At smaller sizes, the thumbnails are much harder to make out. Take a
look at Stuart's screenshot:
 The presentations are easy to make out, but the documents can be hard to
make out, even at this size.

One more thing: The number of recent documents is limited, so there's not
that much need to fit a lot of thumbnails in.

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