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Re: [libreoffice-design] The Sidebar Problem


Hi,

Le 20/03/2014 17:22, Mattias Põldaru a écrit :
> 07.02.2014 20:41, Jean-Baptiste Faure kirjutas:
>> I think it is not a good idea because with a single place where to look
>> for commands you are sure that an important part of the users will not
>> be able to find these commands easily. On the contrary, if you design
>> several ways to access to the commands, then you multiply the chances
>> for each user to find them and to memorize where they are in order to
>> find them quicker next time.
> Following is mostly off-topic, feel free to ignore if you are not into
> literature.
>
> Jean, you made me giggle :)
>
> Let me explain what is wrong with your picture with an analogy.

Why analogy? Whe discuss about software, and your analogy is a false
model of the software.
In your analogy there is chance, no chance in software menus, toolbar,
etc. If you find a way to do something one time, you are sure that you
can redo the same thing this way.

Best regards.
JBF

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References:
[libreoffice-design] The Sidebar Problem"Mirek M." <mazelm@gmail.com>
Re: [libreoffice-design] The Sidebar ProblemJean-Baptiste Faure <jbf.faure@sud-ouest.org>
Re: [libreoffice-design] The Sidebar ProblemMattias Põldaru <mahfiaz@gmail.com>
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