Hi, just gonna add +1 on the list of the people saying the UI should support
Regarding the "difficulty to maintain several UIs", I guess having the user
themselves create the theme, rate and update them would have a good chance
of making the problem self-solvable. Outdated UIs stop being maintained,
themes that are up-to-date, popular or high-rated get on top of some display
Honestly, I don't see this not working on a project of the size and
importance of LibreOffice.
On Sat, Oct 16, 2010 at 5:44 PM, Marc Paré <email@example.com> wrote:
Le 2010-10-16 09:55, Mike Houben a écrit :
i already asked a little bit around for the GUI remake and I'm liking
I think it's about time to start a seperate mailinglist for the UI of LO
we can focus on this project.
And all out there who don't like to have a new UI, don't bash this
If you ask nicely there is every time to make the "themeable" LO. Like
Firefox or all other Opensourceprogramms.
I'm for the idea, that every user himself can decide which theme he use. A
new better Ergnomic UI or the old UI or a lighter UI,....
Thanks Mike, it would be nice if LibO could accommodate everyone like this.
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Re: [tdf-discuss] UI proposal · Christoph Noack
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