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On 29.03.2018 18:02, Pedro Rosmaninho wrote:
IMO, the Groupedbar should be the chosen one.
Here are the reasons why I think it is the most suited one:
1 - *It has a unique look among Office suites
2 - It's distinctive from the Ribbon UI

That was my question. Personally I wouldn't go with the Groupedbar because it has no advantage over 
classic toolbars, there is a lot of unclear movement, and I doubt that Benjamin find his way easily 
through the options. Not saying it's bad design.

And your reasons are different from the originally discussed idea to make it easy to switch from 
other programs: "It's encouraged to have Notebookbars that simulate alternative programs but 
"crazy" ideas with completely new UI approaches are also welcome."

But it's up to the community, which is first the design team. So more opinions please.

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