On Mon, Jan 17, 2011 at 17:39, Ivan M. <email@example.com> wrote:
+1. There is another picture that looks like an image generated by
some other piece of software thrown into Draw. Please correct me if
I'm wrong, but this image suggests functionality (the creation of such
graphics) that (as far as I am aware) is not actually present in Draw:
This is not a design issue. This is content. if you disagree then
maybe we'd better take this back to the SC *again* to get things
Mm, information architecture is one thing we'll definitely need to
discuss in more detail.
The IA is written content, so it's not something for you to decide. I
think you're stretching the scope of Design beyond its natural limits.
Maybe you need to take this before the SC again for clarification?
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