On 2013-08-04 6:28 PM, Virgil Arrington <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
To me, the AOO sidebar properties panel adds nothing. As you said, it
only duplicates the top toolbar. More importantly (for me at least), the
styles panel is buried *beneath* the properties panel.
To be fair, it was a 'first effort'...
Once it is more mature, I think it will be an excellent option,
especially when it *replaces* the top menu bars - this will be a much
better layout for anyone using widescreen monitors.
I'm now wondering if this will always be optional? In my opinion, this
should be similar to other programs, like, for example, Tree Style Tab
extension for Firefox, that lets you put tabs on the side - meaning, it
is either/or, not in addition to...
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