Hi Mike, *,
Mike Houben schrieb:
Hey you all, I'm starting to make some scratches, but i need some help
with your ideas from your point of vue.
You knew the GUI of Microsoft's Office and the one Apple has done.
Have you some things you like to have also in the GUI of our app?
do you like to have other things that they don't have?
what do you don't like about our GUI?
I was involved in a discussion on that topic in Apr 2007 started by
Chris Monahan: [discuss] Configuration Sets
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"Thu, 12 Apr 2007 13:32:01 -0700
It seems to me that those seeking to make decisions about OpenOffice,
particularly the user interface, are plagued by the perpetual
question: Is this for power users, or average users?"
"on top of that it would make sense to, at install time, or first use
time, query the user as to what default configuration set they would
like to use.
3:Microsoft Office like.
4:Open Office Classic"
I introduced "capes" - configurationset + skin, which make it
possible to compose those different environments of UI.
More particularly, such an option would have the benefit of enabling
not only scaled configurations, but specialized setups for certain
tasks or branches.
In addition an other point of view:
Imagine there was a framework, which allowed building that configuration
sets (let's call them "capes" to complete the suite? :o))) in an easy
way. This made it possible to widely extend the resources of active
OOo development by separating core development from GUI development. The
latter could be done by the new founded ux project."
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I think this is a topic for:
Thanks for your help :)
de nada :o))
possibly the time has come, old dreams to come true.
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