Re: [tdf-discuss] LibreOffice UI should be tweaked, not reinvented
Il 02/11/2010 22.58, Christoph Noack ha scritto:
I would like to avoid the term ribbon in such discussions - if possible.
I know that many people do have mixed feelings (sometimes very strong
opinions) and sometimes require some more substantial knowledge what the
"Microsoft Fluent" concept is about.
Christoph, no offense intended, but those Renaissaince mock-ups were not
*the* Ribbon, but they were really ribbon-like.
And, as a 10 years OOo user, I usually don't talk about concepts
(theory), but about productivity (reality).
As long as I used the Ribbonized MS Office and IBM Symphony 3 (4 weeks
both, for a programmed migration that didn't occurred), only IBM product
didn't decreased my productivity. It was not perfect, but it was
profitably usable for users different from newbies or MS Office adepts.
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