Le 2010-10-19 07:54, Xi Embalsado a écrit :
I'm not a programmer but... If you make a choice for the end users to choose what UI they should
use. Before using LibreOffice, a dialog box will show up saying what UI do you prefer. Classic or
Modern (Just make sure put a description as tool tips) so there will be no depreciation of UI's
whether classic or not. Just an idea...
A customizable interface is great, but I think a few pitfalls should be
1. The default interface should be simple (not dummed down) and visually
appealing because casual users want something that works and will not
bother with downloadable themes and extensions, nor will they care about
customizing menus and icons.
2. Customization should be available for the general user who does not
have administrative privileges.
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