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Le 2010-10-25 03:29, Sebastian Spaeth a écrit :
On Sun, 24 Oct 2010 14:23:13 +0200, RGB ES<>  wrote:
There are discussions on this list about UI redesign. Even if this is
a good goal on the mid/long term, there are lots of things that can be
done *immediately* to build a better user experience: change default
toolbars and buttons.

Yes please! :). There are many more of these examples and proposals
could be collected on a wiki page. Obviously not everyone is going to
agree, but perhaps we can remove/modify 4-5 Buttons without much


I believe there was a thread about "theming" the menu bars depending on a person's choice of interest. Can't seem to find it. So, if you wanted a menu bar that reflected "Education", you could perhaps tag a setting that would transform the menu into the most used tools for educational use; or if you tagged "Business" that would transform the menu into the most used tools for business use; or if you tagged "Graphics Artist" ... and so on. Of course, all of the functions could still be available somehow or other.

I would suggest this as an extension and people could devise all sort of permutations of menus imaginable. That way, a user could pick from a list that is more personal to them.

How about a menu theme for "Mad Author" or "Crazy Academic"? LOL


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